Tuesday, November 19, 2019

12:00 PM-1:00 PM

Louisville Bar Center
  • Member $0.00
  • Non-Member $0.00

November 18, 2019 11:00 PM

  • Veggie Lunch $0.00

Beth Snowden is who will be speaking on behalf of Seneca’s Law Magnet Program. Before helping start the program with fellow attorney Emily Wirtzberger in 2015 Beth was a senior staff attorney for the KY Court of Appeals and a Law Clerk for Fayette County Family Courts. She is also a graduate of the Brandeis School of Law.

Seneca’s Law Magnet is a newer JCPS Magnet that is trying to become a premiere program. The Magnet is a 3 year program that not only helps prepare interested students for a future in law, but can help them start earning college credit and valuable experience as well!

Some of the programs needs can best be satisfied by the legal community too! Program needs include: Equipment/supplies, professional clothing, CLE materials, Rule/Statute books and legal minds! Attorneys can assist in helping with mock trial prep and judging as well as potentially even teach a class or assist in lesson preparation! Attorneys/firms looking for summer interns should also attend to see if a Seneca Magnet student might be the right fit for them!

As always, lunch is provided for those with advanced registration.


These monthly meetings serve as an opportunity to network with other members of the legal community. Lunch is provided for you (please register to ensure enough food is ordered. Please indicate if a vegetarian option is requested). Be sure to invite a guest to attend with you! Guests may attend two (2) meetings prior to joining the section (section membership is $10 annually).

Section Chair: Abigail Fargen Riley, Applegate Fifer Pulliam, LLC
Section Vice-Chair of CLE Programs: Ashlea N. Hellman, Fernandez Haynes & Moloney PLLC
Section Vice-Chair of Law School Relations: James J. Wilkerson, Jefferson County Attorney's Office


The Louisville Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section (YLS) is open to every member of the LBA who is under the age of 36 or in his/her first five years of practice, regardless of age.

LBA Young Lawyers Section Mission: The purpose of the Young Lawyers Section is to stimulate the interest of young lawyers and new members of the Louisville Bar Association in the objectives of the Association, to carry on activities which will be of assistance to those and other lawyers in their practice of law, to educate and inform the legal community and the general public, and to make reports and recommendations to the Board of Directors of the Association.