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LBA Releases Results of 2015 Jefferson County Judicial Evaluation

The Louisville Bar Association released the results of the 2015 Judicial Evaluation of Jefferson Circuit and Family Court judges at a press conference held November 17 at the Bar Center.

Results of 2015 Judicial Candidates Poll Released

The November 3 ballot will include 21 candidates seeking election to an open seat in Jefferson District Court. The candidate with the highest vote total will win the right to serve out the unexpired term of Judge Michele Stengel who retired earlier this year.

Louisville Bar to Recognize Local Civil Rights Trailblazers

On Thursday, February 26, the Louisville Bar Association’s Diversity Committee will hold a reception to honor two civil rights advocates for their contributions to the promotion of racial diversity and justice within the legal community and beyond.

LBA Announces Leadership Academy Class of 2014-15

The Louisville Bar Association is pleased to introduce the 22 attorneys accepted into the 2014-15 Leadership Academy.

Louisville Bar 5k Supports Doctors & Lawyers for Kids

Register now for the 2014 Ramble 5k benefiting Doctors & Lawyers for Kids. This annual fundraiser, set to take place Saturday, Aug. 16 at The Parklands of Floyds Fork, is a family and pet-friendly event. Participants will enjoy food, beverages, games and more.

LBA Releases Results of 2014 Jefferson County Judicial Evaluation

The Louisville Bar Association (LBA) today released the results of the 2014 Judicial Evaluation of Federal and Jefferson District Court judges. The results can be viewed at

LBA Annual Project Helps Local Elementary Students in Need

The Louisville Bar Association’s annual Back to School project is now accepting donations to support Jefferson County Public Schools. The project identifies local elementary schools with the highest percentage of students enrolled in free or reduced lunch programs to ensure that all donations reach students and families with the greatest need.