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By: Laura Damron |
July 17, 2019
For the second consecutive year, the University of Pikeville
has received funding from the Kentucky Bar Foundation to support a judicial
speaker series. By engaging students as well as the campus and local
communities on issues surrounding the judicial system, UPIKE will continue
meeting its mission to create opportunities for Central Appalachia.
“Thanks to the generosity of the Kentucky Bar Foundation, our
inaugural Judicial Speaker Series offered insight to such topics as the history
of the Kentucky supreme court and the death penalty,” said Nancy
Cade, Ph.D., Davenport
Distinguished Professor of History and Political Science and Sturgill
Distinguished Professor at UPIKE. “In the upcoming year, we will build
on this collaboration to further educate our community on the legal system
including the various careers associated with the courts.”
Details of the second UPIKE/Kentucky Bar Foundation judicial speaker series are being finalized and will be announced soon.