NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
JOHN ROWE CHAPTER
The John Rowe Chapter of the National Bar Association is an active voice in the Lexington community, serving as a liaison to minority law students, assisting its members in academic and social development, and providing service throughout the community.
ABOUT JOHN ROWE
Founded in 1978, the John Rowe Chapter of the National Bar Association was named after Lexington's first African-American attorney to practice law in Lexington.
We are always looking for new members to join our ranks. If you are a member of the Bar and are in the Central Kentucky area, we would love to have you!
The John Rowe chapter is committed to serving the people of Lexington, and we are regularly engaging in programming and service events to support this community.
The John Rowe Chapter has resources available for members of the community in need of legal support and information. Click below to learn more.
Wednesday, Sept. 9 | John Rowe Foundation Meeting
Location: Zoom Meeting (Email Ron Walker if interested)
Thursday, Sept. 10 | John Rowe and FCBA Young Lawyers host "Institutional Racism in Employment" Forum
Register Here: http://www.fcba.com/calendar/
Thursday, Sept. 10 | Virtual Meet & Greet with UK BLSA
Sponsored in part by the Kentucky Justice Association. All John Rowe members are encouraged to register and attend.
Thursday, Oct. 8 | John Rowe General Meeting
Location: Zoom Meeting (Link to be shared via email)
Thursday, Oct. 8 | Social Justice Committee
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!
If you are a member of the Bar and would like to join our chapter in Lexington, we would love to have you. Click the button below to learn more about membership opportunities with our chapter!