Bonnie Brown

Private Practice



University of Louisville/1978/J.D.

Admitted to Practice

KY 1978

AAML Position(s) Held

  • Interdisciplinary Committee Chair 2010
  • Collaborative Law Committee
  • Treasurer

Legal Organizations

  • Member: Kentucky Bar Assn., ADR Section Chair, 2020-2022
  • Family Law Section, Past Chair, Solo Practitioners and Small Law Firms Task Force and Past Section Chair
  • Louisville Bar Assn., Family Law Section, Past Chair
  • American Bar Assn., Family Law Section
  • Kentucky Justice Association, Family Law Section Editor, 1995-2002, The Advocate
  • Kentucky Collaborative Family Network
  • International Academy of Family Lawyers
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Standards and Ethics Committee 2021-2022

CLE Presentations

  • Selected Venues: AAML/KY
  • University of Kentucky Biennial Family Law Institute
  • Kentucky Bar Assn.
  • Louisville Bar Assn.
  • National Business Institute, Kentucky Collaborative Family Network. Selected Topics
  • “Attaching Closely Held Stock and Member Interests in LLCS” (2007)
  • “Ethics for Attorneys” (Collaborative) (2007, 2020)
  • “Best Practices for the Difficult Ethical Dilemmas in Family Law” (2007)
  • “Forensic Accounting and Valuation in Divorce” (2006)
  • “Rehabilitative Maintenance – Not Always in Kentucky” (2003)
  • “The Alimony Case – Using Experts Effectively”
  • “QDRO’s and Pensions” (1999)
  • “Hidden and Dissipated Assets: Location and Investigative Accounting” (1999)
  • “Representing Parties in Family Law Matters Involving Child Sexual Abuse” (1997)
  • Moderator, “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know” (2008)
  • “The Round Peg Fits The Square Hole: Collaborative Practice Can Be Ethically Accomplished Under Adversarial Rules” (2010)
  • “Internationalization of Family Law” (2010)
  • Justice Through Peacemaking, Collaborative Family Law, 2020

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