KBA MOVES CLIENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INTO OFFICE OF BAR COUNSEL

Ben Cowgill, former KNA bar counsel, has posted an important notice regarding the KBA client assistance program.
 About eight or ten years ago, the Kentucky Bar Association launched the KBA Client Assistance Program (“CAP”) as a way of helping Kentucky lawyers and their clients resolve disagreements and misunderstandings outside of the disciplinary process.
It appears that the KBA decided to make that change in order to move toward a “central intake” approach to the handling of bar complaints and other reports of attorney-client disagreements.  To read Cowgills  full article please go to: http://cowgill.blogs.com/legalethics/2007/01/kba_moves_clien.html     

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