pu . e p o gh n i r o t s e tice, r ng hope. pursuing jus
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message from the executive director and board president
Our goals are ambitious, our mission simple: provide free legal
Through a generous contribution from the Kentucky Bar
assistance to the most disadvantaged in our community.
Foundation, new laptop computers made our legal services more
Throughout our 87-year history, we have pursued this
accessible to seniors and disabled individuals. We expanded
mission with vigor, but in 2007 we saw this vigor matched
outreach to senior citizen and community centers, where we
with innovative projects and expanded services that are
drafted wills and other life-planning documents.
detailed in the pages of this report.
innovative projects Legal Aid launched the Kentucky Online Self-Help Assistant (KOSHA), an interactive, web-based program designed to
A grant from the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation allowed us to purchase office computers for use by clients who lack a home computer and need to complete the mandatory internet financial counseling prior to obtaining a bankruptcy.
expand access to the courts for low-income Kentuckians. The program is the first of its kind in Kentucky and utilizes a question-and-answer format designed to make the use of court forms by self-represented persons easier than ever and to minimize their incorrect or improper use.
expanded services In 2007, Legal Aid Society saw a seven percent increase in revenue due to an increase in charitable gifts, foundation grants and other donations. This generous support allowed us to expand services. We helped over 5,000 individuals and families -- an 11
In addition to the small claims, will, and divorce clinics
percent increase over the previous year-- through our services.
we have traditionally offered, Legal Aid began hosting clinics on foreclosures, bankruptcy, and expungements. We partnered with Metro Council members to host will clinics in twelve districts. Over 500 clients were helped through our clinics last year.
— Our work resulted in targeted interventions for homeowners facing foreclosures. Legal Aid offered weekly legal clinics to homeowners facing a potential foreclosure. By the end of 2007, attendance at the clinics had tripled, and we had assisted nearly 200 people who might have otherwise lost their home.
“To my attorney, this wasn’t just a legal problem, but it was about a person helping another person. Legal Aid is not just about laws. It’s about people.”
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expanded services (cont.)
— Our partnership with Metro United Way has given those
— The Partners for Justice Program with the Brandeis
facing home foreclosure quick access to legal advice
School of Law provided us with the expertise of a
through the organization’s 2-1-1 line, and through financial
professor-in-residence for a semester.
support from Louisville Metro Government, we helped even more homeowners defend against foreclosures.
— Our Volunteer Lawyer Program was strengthened by the targeted recruitment of newly-admitted and retired lawyers
— The Louisville Bar Association funded a Fellow who
resulting in 138 attorneys participating in this program.
defends foreclosures involving predatory mortgage lending in targeted low-income neighborhoods.
— And internships allowed eleven students to help our clients and gain practical insight into the human dimension of
— We expanded services to meet the growing number of
poverty law issues.
grandparents who raise grandchildren and face custodial rights issues.
We look forward to continued growth in 2008 as the Brandeis School of Law brings its law clinic to Legal Aid. We thank you
— We added two new attorneys to our Consumer Law Unit
for helping us make 2007 such a remarkable year in our
to address the increasing number of clients struggling
pursuit of equal justice for all. Never has the need in our
with usurious interest rates and deceptive consumer
community been so great for the work of Legal Aid.
Maria A. Fernandez
Jeffrey A. Been
Chair of the Board
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The Legal Aid Society accepted over 5,000 cases in 2007. With limited resources, however, we were
forced to turn one client away for every client we
helped. In order to ensure we are meeting the needs The mission of the Legal Aid Society is to pursue justice for
of our community, Legal Aid’s Board of Directors
people in poverty.
establishes annual guidelines for the types of cases to which we devote resources.
Founded in 1921, the Legal Aid Society is a public interest law firm that provides free legal assistance to low-income individuals
support for families
in our community. Our clients seek to escape domestic violence
The Legal Aid Society supports the integrity, safety
so they can rebuild their lives; they risk losing their nursing
and well-being of families by assisting clients who are
home beds or medical benefits because of a strained Medicaid
victims of domestic violence; assisting clients with
budget; they live in homeless shelters because of an insufficient
custody issues when a child’s welfare is in jeopardy;
supply of affordable housing; or, they are threatened with losing
assisting clients with non-custodial divorce cases
their home because of predatory lending practices that have tar-
through self-help measures; and assisting grandparents
geted the one asset they have worked a lifetime to earn.
The Legal Aid Society plays an essential role in our community
“Julie” sought the help of Legal Aid after her husband threw her
and has done so for the last 87 years by making sure the most vulnerable among us are protected by law.
so hard that she literally broke her back. She had been with her husband on and off but was finally able to break free and come to Legal Aid for assistance. A Legal Aid social worker helped Julie obtain toys for her children for Christmas and other essential items to make it through the difficult transition, as Julie was unable to work for a substantial period of time due to her injuries. With Legal Aid’s help, Julie eventually obtained a divorce, has now returned to work and is building a new, safer life for her and her children.
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preserving the home
The Legal Aid Society supports the right of all people to be safe and secure in a home of their own. The Legal Aid Society defends against
maintaining economic stability The Legal Aid Society recognizes families and individuals must be economically stable in order to survive. We are here to assist individuals in securing public benefits; resolving
evictions for private and public housing and for
consumer disputes, particularly those where clients have
Section 8 tenants; challenges wrongful denials of
viable defenses and assets to lose or the creditor’s action
public subsidized housing applications; secures
constitutes fraud; obtain discharges through bankruptcy;
access to affordable utility services; and encourages the development of housing opportunities through community residences.
resolve individual income tax issues; offer preventative education on consumer issues; and secure or preserve child or medical support where the appropriate child support agency fails to perform this obligation.
“Ruth”, an 84-year old widow, sought the help of Legal Aid when she became delinquent on her mortgage. Ruth was not sure she was sending her mortgage payment to the appropriate party, and she was concerned the delinquency would cause her to lose her home. A Legal Aid attorney discovered that Ruth and her husband had bought their house in 1961 and paid it off in 1991. Unfortunately, after Ruth’s husband died, family members and unscrupulous home repair contractors convinced Ruth to take out several home-equity loans. Ruth and her attorney realized she was paying more than half of her monthly Social Security income toward her mortgage. Legal Aid contacted the bank and secured a reverse mortgage for Ruth. The reverse mortgage will pay off the remaining balance Ruth owes and will free up
“Susan” is a single mom who lives on a modest income and defaulted on her car payments. Her only source of transportation was repossessed and resold, but the money from the sale did not cover what Susan still owed. Fortunately, the debt collector cancelled Susan’s debt. The IRS contacted Susan two years later and told her she owed $4,000 in federal income tax due to under reported income on her tax return. Susan contacted Legal Aid’s Low Income Tax Clinic. Susan’s attorney advised her that under the Internal Revenue Code, she did not need to report the cancelled debt as income. Legal Aid appeared before the IRS on Susan’s behalf, clearing her from debt with no money owed to the IRS.
Ruth’s monthly income so that she need not live in fear of losing her home.
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populations with special vulnerabilities The Legal Aid Society recognizes we serve a diverse community. Certain segments of the
safety, stability and health
population may have special needs or experience
The Legal Aid Society supports the right of every person to
unique difficulties in accessing appropriate legal
be safe, stable and healthy. We are here to help individuals
services. We advocate on behalf of this community
obtain protective orders for victims of domestic violence; resolve
by educating and representing non-profit groups
insurance disputes that restrict access to benefits; obtain access
that serve low-income clients in distressed
to health care; draft life-planning documents; advocate for
neighborhoods, senior citizens, migrant farm
affordable and appropriate health care; investigate disputes
workers, undocumented residents who have been
involving nursing home discharges; and assist seniors who are
subjected to cruelty, people living in institutions,
caregivers of disabled or handicapped adults.
people living with HIV/AIDS or other mental disabilities,
and individuals who are limited English proficient. “Lynn” has been a nursing home resident for seven years. She is in her early
sixties and has several mental and physical disabilities. Her nursing home
“Robin”, a single parent of two, contacted the HIV/AIDS Legal
alleged Lynn was a threat to herself and others, and she needed to be transferred
Project shortly after testing positive for HIV. Robin’s employer
to a facility in Ohio. After Lynn refused the transfer, her brother called the
fired her upon learning her test results. Robin had been turned
Legal Aid Society. A Legal Aid attorney won a restraining order to prevent the
down by the Social Security Administration for disability
nursing home from removing Lynn from the facility. Legal Aid reported this
benefits, had no income, was being harassed by debt
incident to Adult Protective Services and the Kentucky Office of the Inspector
collectors, and feared the loss of her children. Our HIV/AIDS
General. They found that Lynn was not a threat or danger to herself or others,
Legal Project appealed the denial of Robin’s disability benefits,
and the facility withdrew its motion for involuntary discharge.
intervened with Robin’s debt collectors and obtained cancellation of those debts. The Administrative Law Judge in Robin’s disability appeal issued a fully favorable decision, including a substantial award of back-pay. Robin was able to use the back-pay award to protect her family’s home.
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Number of cases completed on behalf of clients in 2007: 13% Other 7 % Donated Services
Income National, State and Local Grants
Medicaid and Medicare
Volunteer Lawyer Program
National, State and Local Grants
Expenses Client Services
3% Medicaid and Medicare
7% Government Benefits 89% Client Services
299,178 9% Consumer
10% Volunteer Lawyer Program
23% Family Law 11% Other
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funding partners American College of Bankruptcy Coalition for the Homeless Cralle Foundation Gheens Foundation Humana Foundation Internal Revenue Service IOLTA of the Kentucky Bar Association
wyatt, tarrant & combs fellowship
The Legal Aid Society is grateful for the generous financial support and donated services we receive from throughout the community to pursue justice for our most disadvantaged neighbors. Without our partnerships with state and local governments, United Way organizations, foundations and bar associations, the Legal Aid Society could not offer the compassionate and essential services we provide. The legal community has been particularly generous in its financial support of our mission.
Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency (KIPDA) Kentucky General Assembly Legal Services Corporation Lincoln Trail Area Development District Louisville AIDS Walk and AIDS Service Center Louisville Bar Association Louisville Bar Foundation Louisville Metro Government
In 2003, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs made a commitment to Legal Aid to underwrite the full salary and benefits of an attorney to assist victims of domestic violence. To date, Wyatt Fellows have assisted over 230 Legal Aid clients. The Fellowship is in addition to Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs’ annual charitable contribution to Legal Aid’s Justice for All Campaign and demonstrates the firm’s ongoing commitment to our mission.
Louisville Metro Housing Authority Metro United Way Norton Foundation Sisters of Charity of Nazareth United States Department of Housing and Urban Development United Way of Nelson County Verizon Wireless Volunteers of America William E. Barth Foundation
“This Fellowship continues a long history of support by our firm for the Legal Aid Society,” notes Wyatt’s managing partner, Bill Hollander. “Wyatt was built on a rich tradition of service, and we are proud to assist the Legal Aid Society in advocating for the most disadvantaged in our community. As attorneys, it is our responsibility to serve the public good in addition to serving our clients, and Wyatt is proud to be a leader in our community in terms of serving the underprivileged.”
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fourth annual brush, bottle and barrel of the bluegrass
Under the leadership of event co-chairs Martha Hasselbacher, Donna Schneiter, Connie Halbert and Stevie Finn, the Legal Aid Society’s Fourth Annual Brush, Bottle and Barrel of the Bluegrass was an evening of fun and a great success. The event was a preview party for the Cherokee Triangle Art
Fair and offered tastings of Kentucky wine, bourbon, beer and food from local restaurants. The 2007 event raised over $
32,000, an increase of 40 percent in funds raised from the
Boehl Stopher & Graves Brown-Forman Kevin J. Hable Eric L. Ison and Melanie A. Bootes Middleton Reutlinger Seiller Waterman Thompson Miller & Simpson
executives ($1,000 to $2,499)
A. Robert Doll Foundation Hon. Lisabeth and Leslie Abramson AT&T Kentucky Jeffrey Been and Eric Graninger Borders & Borders Thomas Brite Conway & Conway Dodd & Dodd Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd, Kinney & Wilt Marshall P. Eldred K. Gregory and Sallie Haynes Timothy James Hazlett J. Chester Porter & Associates Joseph Charitable Trust Scott Edmund and Hon. Annette Karem Kathleen Pellegrino Phillips Parker Orberson & Moore John W. and Eugenia K. Potter John Selent Sitlinger, McGlincy, Theiler & Karem James R. Straus Tachau Meek Valenti Hanley & Robinson Morgan T. Ward Cynthia Young Yum! Brands, Inc.
senior partners ($500 to $999)
Gregory Belzley and Camille Bathurst Blackburn Hundley & Domene Bethany Breetz Kenneth Burhans Dorothy and Gerald Chambers Hiram Ely Robert Charles Ewald Foley Bryant & Holloway Charles and Kevin Galluser Givhan & Spainhour Beth Haendiges
Eric Joseph Haner Martha Hasselbacher Louise and Joseph Helm John A. and Chris Johnson Kaufman, Stigger & Hughes Robert L. Littlefield Marsh USA, Inc. Robert F. Matthews Henry Meigs Mercer Human Resource Consulting Douglas H. Morris Richard and Judith Nowka Oldfather Law Firm Parker & O’Connell John S. and Nancy B. Reed Ridley M. Sandidge Hon. Paula F. Smith Sherlock John L. Smith Virginia Snell Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund Steve Mirkin Law Office David B. Tachau and Suzannah Woodcock Joseph Scott Wantland Lively M. and Frances Wilson Michelle Wyrick Mitzi Wyrick
partners ($250 to $499)
Aegon Insurance John and Beverly Ballantine William Ballard W. Robinson Beard Jennifer Bertrand and Christopher Smith Robert Biggs James Bolus Borowitz & Goldsmith Dennis E. Bricking Betty Brown David Buechler Alexander H. Campbell Bradley Case Larry J. Cashen Carole and Robert Christian Richard Clay Robert and Theresa Connolly Charles J. and Mary Anne Cronan Charles L. Cunningham Bruce K. Davis Mark B. and Kate Davis Mandy Wilson Decker DeMoisey Law Office Frank P. and Mary Beth Doheny Laurel S. Doheny Scott A. Dyer and Elizabeth Monohan Hon. Kelly Easton James Clifton and Mary Eaves Doug and Liza Farnsley Marjorie A. Farris Maria A. Fernandez and Ray C. Ganong Phyllis E. Florman Laurel Fuson and Bill Lancaster Joseph R. and Holly Gathright GE Foundation
Mary Jo Gleason Michael R. Greene Greenebaum Doll & McDonald Employees Robert S. Greenwell Bill and Diane Haden Arthur P. Hipwell H. Neil and Kathleen Houser W. Bryan and Julia Martin Hudson Diane and Russ Neill Laughlin Blaine Lewis Jane Long Holland McTyeire Creighton Mershon Kurt Metzmeier R. Kenyon and Karen Meyer Christie Moore and Phillip Bressoud Network for Good Joanne Oldham Dulaney Lee O’Roark Ernest C. and Martha Pepples Edwin H. Perry Delores and William Pregliasco Forrest W. and Elizabeth K. Ragsdale David B.Ratterman Henry M.Reed George and Toni Rideout Richard and Janet Rink Donna A. Schneiter Dan T. Schwartz Lynn Seiller Peter and Catherine Sewell Stephanie and Jonathan Smith Sheryl Snyder and Jessica Loving Robert and Mary Ann Stenger David S. and Billie Stierle Alec Stone Walter J. Swyers John and Phyllis M. Tate James William Turner Terry W. and Amanda F. Tyler Richard A. and Susan Vance Jeffrey E. and Kayleen S. Wallace Don and Mary Wells Jack A. Wheat Ethel Wilkerson Hon. John Yarmuth
($100 to $249)
James Lee Adams Cletus Edward Amlung David Armstrong Bradley Aulick Shawn Bailey Kimberly K. Ballard Leslie Barras and Kevin McAdams Rania Basha Melissa Bauer Nathan and Laura Berger Thomas and Catherine Birchfield H. and Marsha Bornstein Howard N. Bowles Tanya Bowman C. Craig Bradley
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William H. Brammell Robert Breetz Steven A. and Alison J. Brehm Victor Brizendine Michael and Debra Brodfuehrer Christopher Brooker Thomas J. Burch Kenneth Burgess Jeremiah and Shannon B. Byrne Jeffrey Calabrese Edward S. Carle Carole J. Catalfo and Robert Render Greg Catron Frank Chuppe Martha Clark Hon. Denise Clayton Helen and Richard Cleary Jack M. Combs Cooper & Friedman Anne and Jim Coorssen Hon. Frederic J. and Linda Cowan Jamie and Jon Cox Kenneth M. Cox James Craig John R. and Jeanne Cummins Bradley E. Cunningham Gordon B. Davidson E. Brian Davis Carolyn Dean Lisa C. DeJaco Dolores Delahanty Morris Delaney Ivan and Priscilla Diamond Rebecca and Kenneth Didat Scott Dolson Thomas A. Donan George E. Dudley Kevin and Susan Hanley Duncan Tawana Louise Edwards Philip C. Eschels Benjamin James Evans Denise M. Everett Deborah Tully Eversole Bernard Faller Alfred Samuel Fazio Joseph E. and Lois Fineman Jill L. Force Jane Carter Foushee C. Shawn Fox Ellen Friedman and Jim Birmingham Emily K. Fritts D. Scott and Mary Furkin Hon. Eleanore Garber Hon. Stephen and Kathy George James and Grace Giesel Sam and Catherine Graber Joe Graffis John W. and Julie Gragg Margaret R. Grant Lindsay M. Gray Murray J. Greenwald Michael A. Grim A.P. and Sara Gullett Christopher and Sheldon Haden
Earl and Amy Hamm E. Paul and Alice Barns Herrington Marsha Theiss Hicks James H. Highfield Sarah Osborn Hill Cathy Hinko Suzan J. Hixon Tim Hogan Demetrius O. Holloway Hollie Hopkins Bradley R. Hume Richard W. Iler Eric Jason Jacobi Janet Jakubowicz and Kevin Crawford James & Wells Hon. Martin and Cathy Johnstone Elizabeth Jones-Brown Matthew H. Jones Margaret E. Keane Charles R. Keckler Bruce and Jennifer Keisling F. Ryan Keith William Reeder Kenealy Mary Keyer Jennifer and Chris Kovalcik Melony J. Lane Emily Ledford Lawrence Erica A. Lee David and Phyllis Leibson Jann Budde Logsdon Karen Marple Long Phyllis Lonneman Nancy Loucks Mark Loyd Michael and Pegge Luvisi William A. Mackenzie Doug Magee and Anne Marie Regan Amanda G. Main Scott D. Majors Ronald E. Marstin and Ellen M. Joyce Serge A. Martinez Annette and Gerard Mattingly Sharon A. Mattingly Irv and Peggy Maze Gerald F. McDaniel Julie McDonnell Brian McGraw Jamieson G. McPherson Brian Meldrum Francis J. Mellen, Jr. Stephen E. Mercer Michael C. Merrick Hon. Steve and Anna Lee Mershon Stephen H. Miller Allen Montgomery Claire A. Mosher Jesse and Christy Mudd Raymond J. Naber Amanda Nall Jamie Neal and Kevin Hyde James Tanner Nichols Dorothy E. and William O’Brien Patrick S. O’Bryan Mike and Ellen O’Connell O’Koon Hintermeister
Askia Omar Hon. Joe O’Reilly John S. Osborn Danny L. and Marcia Owens Emily L. Pagorski Homer Parrent III Sarah Patterson Robert J. Penta Robert Pinson Dorothy M. Pitt Loren and Jane Prizant Kathryne Raines William Stephen Reisz Madeline Reno Ricketts & Platt Mark S. Riddle Kendrick R. Riggs Bissell Roberts Rona Roberts and Steve Kay Jason Michael Rop Camille Desiree Rorer Mark and Laura Rothstein C. Carter Ruml Ronald Joseph Russell Jeffrey and Rene Savarise Glenn L. Schilling Lee A. Schulz Rosemary and Charles Scott Edwin and Marcia Segal James and Margaret Seiffert Brian S. Settles Michael Gary Shaikun Hon. Ann and James Shake Douglas Sharps and Susan Griffin Erwin A. Sherman Robb and Anna Shrader Aaron J. and Edith P. Silletto James L. and Carol Simpson Brandon Smith Thomas W. Speckman W. Patrick Stallard Robert George Stallings Stanford Law Office Jennifer Starr Alison M. and Wlliam Stemler John Frith Stewart William F. Stewart and Sarah B. Dutton Robert and Ruth Straus Jennifer B. Swyers Carol Teitelbaum The Potlatch Foundation Jason Patrick Thomas Tilford Dobbins Alexander Buckaway Black Scott and Diane Toop Scott R. Townsend Mason Lee Trenaman Laurie Valentine Sara Veeneman Katherine Vesely Theodore W. Walton Michael Ward and Christina Heavrin Melanie and Jay Warren Whitney Frazier and Aaron Watt J. Kendrick and Claudia Wells
John C. Wheelock Galen J. White Tyler S. Whitty Helene Williams Jason C. Williams Matt Williams Thomas and Sarah Williams Ralph Wilson Joseph Hays Wimsatt Hon. Thomas B. and Anne Marie Wine Malcolm Wintergerst Martin J. Woerner Roger J. Wolford Natalie S. Wood Laquita S. Wornor Aaron D. Zibart
supporters Marina Ajanovic Nagahisa Akagi Azer Akhtar Kristie M. Alfred Phillip and Lorraine Allen Omar Amin Larry and Nancy Amos Jeanne Deborah Anderson John J. Andris Helena Auberry Mark Baker Douglas and Mariam Ballantine John Balliet Erika Barnes Mark Barry Timothy J. Barry Rose Hope Benkert Andrew Graham Beshear Rondal Birge Landra Blackwell Aline Blizard Jonathan Boggs Michael Brooks Bonnie Brown David Brown Scott Budnick Mary Bush Andie Camden Lisa Cartier Giroux Walter Cato Beryl Chandler Daniel Cherry Kevin and Jennifer Chlarson Carol Cobb Jon C. Coffman Ross Cohen James and Christine Cole Thomas E. Cooper J. Gregory Cornett Susan R. Crowe Cassandra Culin and Kyle Ellison Peter Matthew Cummins Kate Cunningham Polly B. Cunningham James Daly Nichole Dathorne
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Sara C. Davis Jackie Davis-Patterson Edward T. and Candace R. Depp Judd Devlin Leanne K. and Peter G. Diakov James John Dimas Joe and Jill Donohue Meredith Dreher Lawrence C. Droege Melvin K. Duke Louanne Durbin Robert L. Durning Mary E. Eade Parker W. Eads Robert Ehler Greg Bhrhard Dawn Elliott Jennifer L. Elliott Gary Epperson Karen Fackler Sally Fangman Shana Farmer Charles Fassler John and Jennifer Fendig William Ferrell Jr. Judith Fischer Christie Irene Floyd Clyde H. Foshee Chris Foster Michael Eugene Franke Paul Franke Ivan Joel Frockt Puja Gatton Vincent and Alberta Giegerich Brigid O’Reilly and Wes Gies Matthew and Leigh Gillies Linda Gleis Nicholas Goetz Sherry Goodman Sharon Graham Elizabeth Gray Todd Greer Patricia Lynn Gregg Matthew J. Hallingstad Cindy G. and William E. Hamilton Jeffries Mock Hamilton John and Mary Hamlet Michelle Mees Harper Jack Harpole Judith Harrell David A. Harris Ted G. Hathaway Dwight L. Haygood Michael Hearon Thomas C. and Adrea Heavrin Juda Maria Hellmann Monica Elaine andTodd Henderson Karen A. Hensel Casey Wood Hensley Lucy Heskins Lisa and Steve Hester Rose Hibbs Frederic Hicks Mary Hilger Kristen A. Holt
Haifeng Hong Peter and Mary Houck Ra Houn John D. Hubbard Leland Hulbert Mark T. Hurst Margaret Hyland Wendy C. Hyland Dorislee Jackson Gilbert Jane Jenkins Jodi Jenkins Patrick and Rebecca Jennings Angela Johnson Chris Johnson Christopher W. Jones Harrison H. Jones Khalid Ahmad Kahloon William Leslie Keene Jean Keidel Mark and Patricia Kennedy Ellie Garcia Kerstetter Lisa Kilkelly Eric and Susan Killmeier Murrell Kincaide Chad Elliott Kirk Michael Kleinert Walter Koczot and Michelle Chapman Joe and Kathy Kremer Donald J. Laduke Carolyn W. Lambert Michael and Mary Ann Lambert Erik C. Lattig Mark W. and April Leach George Lee Caice T. Lee Ruth E. Lerner Todd Lewis Steven B. and Judith Lippmann Margie Lynn Loeser Todd Logsdon Lowen and Morris Jennifer Lynn Billy and Joyce Mabry Peter F. Manning Leonard Mariani and Greg Hutcheson Beverly Marmion Grinda Martin Pamela Martin Elena S. Martinez Kathryn Matherly Tracy McClain Arthur Joseph McLaughlin Andrew and Gwen McMahon Jacobina McNally Chadwick McTighe Barry Meek Gregory S. Metzger Jeffrey Thomas Metzmeier Kristi Miller Sandra M. and Donald A. Mitchell Dominick Moore Linda Moore Theodore T. Myre Jeremy Nelson Brooks Newman
Amber D. Nicely Kungu Njuguna Earl O’Bannon Paulette O’Bryan Raja J. Patil Tom Penner Kristen M. Poindexter Stewart Pope and Maureen Sullivan Larry Tate Powell Anna and Marty Pray Ronald E. Ray D. Gary Reed Jason and Tera Rehmel Jason P. Renzelmann Melissa Reynolds Jamie Rittenhouse Cheryl Robinson Chris Robinson Janet L. Rockafellar Jeremy S. Rogers Molly Elena Rose Robin Rosenstiel Harry J. Rothgerber Christa Rounsavall Joseph R. Rubin Christina I. Ryan John Ryan Shelley and John Santry Benjamin Seth Schecter Martha and Arnold Schecter Louise and Robert Schulman James S. Scroghan Marshall Sellers M. Thurman Senn Theresa and Ben Senninger Laura Shaughnessy Carolyn Shaw Mary M. Shaw Ronnie Sherrard Terri Shultz Robert S. Silverthorn Barbara Sinai Barbara Singer William E. Skees Michelle Skillman Mark Edwin Smith Brad Spencer David Stengel Jennifer Stephens Jennifer and Scott Stinnett Richard and Lisa Stoflet Timothy and Allyson Sturgeon Melinda T. Sunderland Martina Surma Steve Tedder Robert J. Theuerkauf Lisa Thomas Helen A. Thompson Kelly Thompson Peter Lee Thurman Vonnell C. Tingle Jacquelyn E. Tinsley Amber Elaine and Adi Trbonja William C. Vail Thomas Allen Van De Rostyne
Linda Van Meter Kenneth Todd Veirs Valerie Wagner Holly C. Wallace Jackie Warner Andrea L. Wasson Matthew D. Watkins Timothy J. Weatherholt Lee Ann Webb Molinda Wells Amy Wheeler Emily Whelan Gerina Whethers Erin White Geoffrey and Kristin White Cassandra J. Wiemken Jennifer Wilcox Arthur Lee Williams Rhonda Wilson Anna P. Winchell Louis Paz Winner Darran Winslow Steve A. Witters Bradley Dale Wood John W. and Claudia Woodard Robert C. Yang Teresa Ann Young Barry Zalph Pei Zhang Martha A. Ziskind Brian D. and Melissa Zoeller Darran Winslow Steve A. Witters Bradley Dale Wood John W. and Claudia Woodard Robert C. Yang Teresa Ann Young Barry Zalph Pei Zhang Martha A. Ziskind Brian D. and Melissa Zoeller
ernest ebertshausen fund Emily Brite Ceceley Chambers Carol Dupin Lea Denison Hardwick Gwendolyn Horton Betsy Janes Kristi Miller Molly Oberhausen Neva-Marie Polley Shawna Scheidel John Young
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thank you to the following attorneys who provided free legal help to our clients in 2007. Barbara Albert Melissa Allen Omar Amin Bruce D. Atherton Gary Banet Robyn Bell Rose H. Benkert Dawn Lonneman Blair Barry Boggs John Borders Brian Borellis Tanya Bowman Steven A. Brehm Bonnie M. Brown Jo Ann Burke Raemona Byrd-Jones Jeremiah Byrne Sarah Caragianis Scott Catlett Mary Ceridan Justin Clark Greg Condra Peter Cummins Eric Darnell E. Brian Davis G. Phillip Deeb, Jr. Peter Diakov Bryan J. Dillon Mark W. Dobbins Charles W. Dobbins, Jr. Kevin Doran Nellie M. Draus-Stallings James Earhart Shannon Fauver David Feldkamp Sherry Feldpausch Maria A. Fernandez Lynn Fieldhouse Ashley Frank Deveney French Ellen G. Friedman Bryan Gatewood Brigid O. Gies Zanda Gillock Mary Jo Gleason David Godfrey Bryan Gowin Elisabeth S. Gray Lindsay Gray Micah Guilfoil
Tara Hagerty Thomas V. Haile Matthew Hallingstad John E. Hamlet Jonathan Hardy Chris Harrell Anne Heim Kelly Henry Jerry Higgins William L. Hoge, III Andrew J. Horne Courtney Howell-Kidd Mark Hurst Wendy Hyland Stephen Imhoff Elizabeth Jenkins A. Thomas Johnson Clark Johnson Julie A. Johnson Danny Kang Scott E. Karem Teresa M. Kinberger R. Kenneth Kinderman W. David Kiser Walter Koczot Michael Kolodzi Mary Julia Kuhn Christopher T. Kurtz Michael E. Lannon Emily Ledford Lawrence Wyatt S. Lee Mary Janice Lintner Sherry Hoard Long Edwin J. Lowry, Jr. William MacKenzie Linda Magruder James B. Martin, Jr. Elena Martinez Serge A. Martinez Rick Masters Enrico A. Mazzoli Thomas A. McAdam, III Katherine McKune Sandra McLaughlin Anne McMillin Christie Moore Patrick J. Moran Jesse Mudd Julie Namkin Barry Norfleet
Michael J. O’Connell Jane Pancake D. Steven Parks Jeffery Parrish Alan Parsons Marcia Pearson B. Frank Radmacher, III Sandra Ragland Laura Rice James O. Risch Alan W. Roles Josh Rose Christa Rounsavall Carter Ruml Thomas Rump Robert Silverthorn Fred R. Simon Larry Simon Roy Skaggs, III Tracy Smith John E. Spainhour James K. Stayton Olu Stevens John Frith Stewart Jennifer Stinnett Mary Stoddard Melanie Straw-Boone Helen Thompson Christina Tobin Laurie Valentine John Vanderburgh Nancy Wagner T. Morgan Ward, Jr. Louis I. Waterman Amy Wheeler James F. Williamson Dujuana Wilson Darren Wolff Gordon Wright Kerry Miles Wright Stephen E. Wright Brian Zoeller
The Marshall Eldred Award for Excellence in Advocacy was
established in 2007. This award recognizes the passion Legal Aid attorneys bring to the profession and reflects the deep values Marshall Eldred has demonstrated in his service as a Legal Aid Society Board member. Earnings from this fund are presented annually as a cash gift to a Legal Aid attorney who demonstrates extraordinary service in advocating for low-income clients and in achieving systemic changes for the improvement of the lives of poor people. This award was created through an initial gift by Judge Boyce F. Martin. We thank Judge Martin for his generosity and the following donors who contributed to this fund. Jeffrey Been and Eric Graninger John and Theresa Bondurant Edward S. and Cornelia Bonnie Thomas Brite Maureen and Roger Cravens Katherine O. Eldred Marshall P. Eldred Thomas and Louisa Gaines Jr. Martha Hasselbacher Michele Hulsey Sally and Stanley MacDonald Hon. Boyce F. Martin Richard and Judith Nowka Douglas and Elizabeth Owen Jr. Stanford Law Office Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund R. James Straus James Thompson David and Susan Wood
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2007 leadership cabinet AT&T Kentucky Borders & Borders DeMoisey Law Office Dinsmore & Shohl Dodd & Dodd Attorneys Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd, Kinney & Wilt Frost Brown Todd Givhan & Spainhour Goldberg & Simpson Greenebaum Doll & McDonald J. Chester Porter & Associates Morris & Player Sitlinger, McGlincy, Theiler & Karem Stanford Law Office Steve Mirkin Law Office Stites & Harbison Tachau Meek Thompson Miller & Simpson Wantland Law Office Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs Thank you to these generous donors who made a contribution to the Legal Aid Society of at least $250 per attorney.
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