is a coalition of volunteer attorneys from across the Commonwealth, created in partnership with Kentucky's four legal aid programs, who together are providing direct civil legal assistance to Kentuckians in need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Remote Court: The Good, the Bad, and the Muted

Recorded live on December 4, 2020, this one-hour CLE features a panel of Judges from across the Commonwealth discussing the new norm and their experiences with conducting remote court. Participating Judges include Hon. Denise Brown, Chief Judge of Family Court in Jefferson County; Hon. Janie McKenzie Wells, Family Court Judge of Johnson, Martin, and Lawrence Counties; and Hon. Mica Woods, Family Court Judge of Barren and Metcalfe Counties.

To view the CLE, you must register with Together Lawyers Can. Once registered, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual CLE.  This CLE link will remain live until Summer 2021. 


About Together Lawyers Can

Kentucky is facing an unprecedented challenge. Over 4,500 Kentuckians (as of 4/30/2020) have been infected with the coronavirus and thousands more have been directly impacted in the economic aftershock of the crisis.

Kentucky’s legal aid programs have launched Together Lawyers Can to address the anticipated rise in numbers and need for civil legal aid. Together Lawyers Can is a state-wide pro bono based program designed to connect Kentucky lawyers from across the Commonwealth with our neighbors in crisis due to the pandemic.

Join the team and TOGETHER LAWYERS CAN help our neighbors, make a difference, and make #TeamKentucky strong.

Together Lawyers Can is a statewide probono collaboration between the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission, AppalRed Legal Aid, Kentucky Equal Justice Center, Kentucky Legal Aid,

Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, and Legal Aid Society.