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Officewarming Open House for 900 and 902 S. Shelby Street

In July of 2015, we moved Ben Carter Law from downtown Louisville to the neighborhood of Smoketown. When I worked with the Network Center for Community Change, we did a lot of work in Smoketown and we are thrilled to be in the community each day now. 

Now, after almost a year, the plywood is off the windows, the floors are sort of clean, and our offices are almost full of great people, businesses, and nonprofits. Come celebrate with us, check out our space, and make some new friends. Think of this as a great excuse to head out of the office a little early on May 13. The party starts at 4:00.

Please RSVP to the Facebook invite (or, if you're not on Facebook, contact me) just so that we can try our best to get the food and drink right. We'll post updates to food and drink once we get caterers/food trucks dialed in. The Facebook event is public, so feel free to invite your friends. 

We have worked hard to find great people to share the offices at 900 and 902 South Shelby Street. We have a great mix of businesses, nonprofits, artists, and one political candidate. We don’t do the same kind of work, but I like to think we’re all pulling in the same direction. Here are the businesses, organizations, and people using the space at 900 and 902 South Shelby Street. Come meet them on May 13! 

Ben Carter Law, PLLC:
Define American:
Jessica Ebelhar Photography:
Bryan Burns for Metro Council:
Hope By Hope:
St. John Center for Homeless Men:
Summerbridge Louisville

Ben Carter Law has moved...

I've moved Ben Carter Law to a little corner (not literally) of Bahe Cook Cantley & Nefzger. Practicing law is hard and stressful and it helps to have friends to work alongside. 

My new office is one block north of where my old office was. New address: Ben Carter Law PLLC, Marion E. Taylor Building, 6th Floor, 312 South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202. 

Come say hey. 

Commonwealth Justice Conference: POSTPONED

As you may have already guessed, I have to postpone the Commonwealth Justice conference I had hoped to host in August. 

Apparently, someone radically underestimated how hard starting a law firm would be and how much time he would be able to devote to organizing and hosting a conference for social justice-minded attorneys and organizers in Kentucky. 

I don't know when the conference will occur—probably sometime in 2014—but I am committed to making it happen. Thank you for your early support of the idea and stay tuned for updates.

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