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Local Attorneys Educate High Schoolers on Credit Abuse

Ninty-two attorneys and judges volunteered their time and talent for the 2013 Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) program on March 13 and 14.

This year, the attorneys visited 19 high schools and gave117 classroom presentations to approximately 4,800 seniors. The program’s goal is to raise awareness among students about making responsible money, credit and financial choices.

The Louisville Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Section has served Jefferson County Public Schools with this credit education program for the past six years. The Gheens Institute for Innovation awarded the CARE program with its Creativity and Entrepreneurship Award in May 2012. The CARE Advisory Committee in Louisville is headed by Ted King of the law firm Frost Brown Todd and retired Judge William L. Knopf.

For additional information, please contact the LBA at (502)583-5314.


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