Landlord-Tenant Law CLE

Part One

Landlord-Tenant Law Basics

Approved for 1 hour of CLE by the Kentucky Bar Association, Activity Number #220796

Brian Dufresne, Attorney, Legal Aid of the Bluegrass

This session will walk you through the basics of Landlord-Tenant Law in both URLTA and Non-URLTA jurisdictions, with a focus on the Prehearing Notice Requirements, Eviction Hearings, and Eviction Judgement Appeals.

Part Two

Landlord-Tenant Law in the COVID-19 Era

Approved for .5 hour of CLE by the Kentucky Bar Association, Activity Number #220798

Cory Dodds, Attorney, Kentucky Legal Aid

Initiatives enacted at both the state and national level to combat the effects of COVID-19 related housing instability have created a patchwork of protections for tenants. We will discuss how these protections can be used to ensure that tenants are not evicted unjustly. 

Part Three

Negotiation and Settlement in the Landlord-Tenant Context

Approved for .5 hour of CLE by the Kentucky Bar Association, Activity Number #220799

Brian Dufresne, Attorney, Legal Aid of the Bluegrass

This session will discuss settlement considerations for both tenants and landlords in the forcible detainer context and provide guidance on how settlement agreements may be structured to protect the interests of low-income tenants. 

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.

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