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State subpoenaes lawyers seeking info from Bevin’s term

Subpoenaes issued to lawyers for information.

Lawyers’ ‘Frenzy’ raises equivalent of 300,000 meals statewide

The Kentucky legal community raised the equivalent of 300,000 meals through donations of food, funds, and volunteer time during the fourth annual Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy campaign.

In-person court proceedings halted through May

Except for some emergency situations, most in-person court proceedings in Kentucky are now halted through May 31, under orders handed down Tuesday by the state Supreme Court.

Judge cautions lawyers to watch language in abortion case

A judge has cautioned lawyers to watch their language when responding to a lawsuit challenging two Kentucky laws aimed at restricting abortion.

Trump lawyers want early look at Mueller report

President Donald Trump's lawyers want an early look at special counsel Robert Mueller's findings before they are made public.

Lawyers for Kentucky cabinet want disclosure ruling reversed

Lawyers for the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services have asked a judge to reverse an attorney general's decision that the state must disclose details of sexual harassment allegations.

Lawyers say condemned killer early victim of opioid epidemic

Attorneys trying to stop the execution of a condemned Ohio killer in less than three weeks are drawing parallels between the state's opioid crisis and their client's drug abuse.

Woman charged in death of two Berea College students faces a judge

A Madison County woman is accused of manslaughter in a car crash that killed two Berea College students.

Lawyers say end of DACA could impact thousands in Kentucky

The Trump administration announced today its plan to end the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program or DACA.

Kentucky to pay $1.1 million to lawyers in gay marriage case

A federal judge awarded a team of Kentucky attorneys more than $1 million for their role in the landmark United States Supreme Court case that struck down bans on same-sex marriage.

Legal aid group to train lawyers for disability hearings

A legal aid group is holding a training session for attorneys who want to help represent some of the 1,500 people who are in danger of losing their federal disability benefits.

Same-sex marriage pioneer among lawyers for high court cases

Five lawyers will take turns at the Supreme Court lectern Tuesday for the highly anticipated and extended arguments over same-sex marriage.

Law students from more than 100 schools head to Louisville

Hundreds of future lawyers are heading to Louisville next month for the National Conference of Law Reviews.

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