Bench & Bar

MAR 2018

The Bench & Bar magazine is published to provide members of the KBA with information that will increase their knowledge of the law, improve the practice of law, and assist in improving the quality of legal services for the citizenry.

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MORE THAN A LAWYER 2018 KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION 6 Thursday, June 14 Young Lawyers 12:00-1:30 p.m. Division Luncheon Hyatt Regency Hotel $20 per person The Young Lawyers Division wishes to extend an invitation to all KBA members and guests to attend their annual luncheon. The division will honor recipients of the 2018 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award, Service to Young Lawyers Award and Young Lawyer Service to Community Award. In addition to these annual awards, the winners of the 2018 Legal Food Frenzy competition will also be recognized. The law firm or legal organization that raised the most overall total pounds will be presented the prestigious Attorney General's Cup by Attorney General Andrew Beshear. Immediately following the luncheon program, all YLD members are invited to remain for the annual meeting of the Young Lawyers Division. Bench & Bar and 5:00-6:15 p.m. Young Lawyers Division Joint Reception Heritage Pre-Function Lexington Convention Center Complimentary with registration Pre-registration required Catch up with justices, judges and attorneys from throughout Kentucky gathering for conversation and refreshments. During this time-honored social event, attendees will gather for food and camaraderie. The reception will take place just prior to the annual banquet, which we hope you will make plans now to attend. KBA Annual Banquet 6:30 p.m. Heritage East/Center Lexington Convention Center $65 per person Join us for the 2018 KBA Annual Banquet where you can enjoy a delicious meal and celebrate the investiture of the KBA's new officers and bar governors. We will also present the 2018 Distinguished Judge, Distinguished Lawyer and Chief Justice's Special Service Award. Opening the event will be a performance by the Kentucky Refugee Ministries Lexington Children's Choir , the beneficiary of this year's public service project . The entertainment will conclude with a performance by Sony Recording Artists, The Acoustikats , founded in 1993 by Dr. Jefferson Johnson as a subsection of the University of Kentucky Men's Chorus. The premier all-male a cappella ensemble in the Commonwealth of Kentucky will provide entertainment during dinner and after the presentations. This group of 12 young men has been featured on national television as a part of NBC's "The Sing-Off" a cappella competition and has performed in countless venues across the United States from the shores of Hawaii to "Elvis Week" in Memphis, Tennessee. Check out these 'Kats on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to follow them on their musical journey! Kentucky Refugee Ministries Lexington Children's Choir Photo provided by Kentucky Refugee Ministries Sponsor:

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