Kentucky Bar Association

Kentucky Bar Association

Kentucky Bar Association

Overview
Date Founded

1934

Headquarters

514 WEST MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY, 40601

Employees (Worldwide)

62

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Government

Company Description

The Kentucky Bar Association is an independent agency of the Supreme Court of Kentucky. Its authority to regulate the legal profession in Kentucky, delegated by the Kentucky Supreme Court through rules, is derived from the Kentucky Constitution. The mission and purpose of the Association is to maintain a proper discipline of the members of the bar in accordance with these Rules and with the principles of the legal profession as a public calling, to initiate and supervise, with the approval of the Court, appropriate means to insure a continuing high standard of professional competence on the part of the members of the Bar, and to bear a substantial and continuing responsibility for promoting the efficiency and improvement of the judicial system. SCR 3.025

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Executives & Employees

President

President

President

Executive Director

President-Elect

Attorney

Young Lawyers Section Ch

Board of Governors

Partner at Stites & Harbison PLLC

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Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
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Revenue
$6.77M
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