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By: Laura Damron |
April 12, 2019
County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rick Bartley will be the featured speaker for
the University of Pikeville College of Arts and Sciences’ Judicial Speakers
Series. The event, sponsored by the Kentucky Bar Association, will be held
Monday, April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Health Professions Education Building,
seventh floor. Campus and the community are cordially invited to attend the
event to celebrate the Pikeville College alumnus and servant leader.
A 1977 graduate of Pikeville College, Bartley earned his law degree from the
University of Kentucky in 1980 and practiced law privately in Pikeville until
1984. He then served as the county’s assistant commonwealth’s attorney for nine
years, before returning to private practice. In 2001, Bartley was elected Pike
County’s commonwealth’s attorney, a position he held until last year, when he
retired from active law practice.
In 2005, Bartley was named the Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney in Kentucky
and in 2015 he received the Carroll Redford Award as Kentucky’s outstanding