Bench & Bar

MAR 2018

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MORE THAN A LAWYER 2018 KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION 10 Mind Hunter: The Real Life Silence of the Lambs CLE Credit: 1.0 John Douglas Legendary FBI profiler and founder of the FBI's Investigative Support Unit, John Douglas is the model for Jack Crawford in the film "Silence of the Lambs" and Holden Ford in Netflix's "Mindhunter." He has served as a consultant on the JonBenet Ramsey case, "The West Memphis Three" case and the Amanda Knox case. Come hear why his "ability to link behavior and evidence make him the lawman serial killers fear." Wednesday 2:25-3:25 p.m. programming continues on the next page The Potential Impact of Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association on the Future of Sports Betting in Kentucky CLE Credit: 1.0 Kerry O. Irwin and Laura A. Holoubek, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, Lexington; Dan Kustelski, Chalkline Sports, Nashville, Tennessee Sponsor: Young Lawyers Division This presentation will address the current status of the case Christie v. NCAA (which was heard by the Supreme Court in early December 2017) and its impact or potential impact on gaming in Kentucky, and the legal issues involved. The panelists, which include Kentucky gaming lawyers and industry experts, will also discuss the current sports betting industry, including the extensive sports betting black market and changing attitudes towards sports betting in the U.S. 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m. The Lincolns in Kentucky CLE Credit: 1.0 Kent Masterson Brown, Law Offices of Kent Masterson Brown, Lexington Brown will explore the 34 years the Lincoln family lived in Kentucky and emphasize the legal actions brought against Thomas Lincoln and his wife, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, over the two properties in present-day LaRue County where their son, Abraham Lincoln, was born and where he spent the earliest years of his memory. He will also explore the means by which those properties were acquired by the Lincolns. Unconvicted: How Criminal Expungement Laws Impact Almost Every Practice CLE Credit: 1.0 Bradley D. Clark, Clark Law PLLC, Lexington New expungement laws in the state of Kentucky allow for many convictions to disappear from official records. This interactive session outlines the new expungement process for misdemeanors, felonies and dismissed cases. We will also explore how expunged records impact civil, administrative, and criminal litigation. Spotlight CLE: The Hunting Ground CLE Credit: 1.0 Amy Ziering, Chain Camera Pictures, Los Angeles, California Amy Ziering is the producer of "The Hunting Ground," a documentary film about the incidence of sexual assault on college campuses and the actions of universities and colleges. Join Amy as she discusses the film and how "the use of Title IX in campus sexual assault cases became a model for universities across the country." 2:25-3:25 p.m. 1:15-2:15 p.m. CLE Wednesday, June 13 The Lobbying Lawyer CLE Credit: 1.0 Katie Gabhart, Executive Branch Ethics Commission, Frankfort; Kara L. Daniel, Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission, Frankfort Sponsor: Executive Branch Ethics Commission Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission This program will discuss the steps to register as an Executive Agency Lobbyist and a Legislative Agent, determining who must register as an EAL or LA, and navigating the ongoing requirements after registration to remain in compliance with KRS Chapter 11A and KRS Chapter 6, and stay within the good graces of the Executive Branch Ethics Commission and the Legislative Ethics Commission. Feature CLE

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