Kentucky’s attorney discipline system will be reviewed by the American Bar Association

Officials said Kentucky’s attorney disciplinary system will be reviewed by an American Bar Association committee next month.

The Kentucky Supreme Court and the Kentucky Bar Association said in a joint statement that they requested the review in an effort to create greater efficiency, ensure due process and protect both the public and the integrity of the legal profession. The review in December will evaluate the current system, and a report with any recommended changes will be submitted to the Supreme Court next spring.

The last significant changes to the lawyer discipline system were made about 20 years ago, the statement said.

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Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton said, “This review by an outside group will ensure procedures and processes related to attorney discipline align with national standards and best practices.”

The attorney disciplinary system in Kentucky will be reviewed by the American Bar Association next month.

The attorney disciplinary system in Kentucky will be reviewed by the American Bar Association next month.

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Kentucky Bar Association President Amy Cubbage said she looks forward to “evaluating the health of our disciplinary system” and making necessary changes.

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