Promoting justice, professional excellence, and respect for the law as well as improving public access to the judicial system is our mission at Louisville Bar Association.
Founded in 1900, we are a voluntary member organization of legal professionals, trustees, law students, and professors working for its members by offering conferences, continuing legal education, and employment services. Scholarships are offered through the LBA to students as well as numerous grants and awards available to individuals and organizations through the LBA Foundation to further their professional development and recognize their accomplishments in the community.
Pride in the Profession | Service to the Community
Our goal is to inform, educate, and empower all members of the legal community in Kentuckiana. Through professional development opportunities, in-person and online networking, and a host of initiatives for all types of legal professionals, the LBA provides members with the tools and support they need.
We are not a state agency. All of our programs and activities are supported by member dues, seminar fees, publications revenue, commissions, grant funding, and other self-generated revenue.
Louisville Bar Association hosts the following legal clinics and seminars as a free, public service to the community: For a schedule of events and/or any questions, please contact Lea Hardwick at email@example.com or (502) 206-3585.
- Pro Se Divorce Legal Clinics - Volunteer attorneys, paralegals and law students assist pro se litigants as they complete the self-help divorce pleadings to file their own divorce cases with limited assets. Each clinic will be limited to 15 people. Admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Healing Place Legal Q & A - Volunteers provide general legal information on a variety of topics four times a year to residents of the Healing Place, Men's & Women's campus', respectively.
- Cancer Patients and their Families - Attorneys provide general legal information on topics of interest to cancer patients and their families. These seminars are held twice a year at Gilda's Club.