LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Governor Steve Beshear recently appointed Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Demetrius Holloway as a member of the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council. He will serve a four-year term.
Holloway, a Member (Partner) of Stites & Harbison, primarily works with the Employment Law Service Group but also is as an affiliated member of the Business Litigation and Torts & Insurance Practice Service Groups. He has both first- and second-chair trial experience in employment matters. Within the firm, he serves as co-chair of the Diversity Committee. Outside of the firm, Holloway serves on the board of the Louisville Urban League and is the Chairman of the Board of Deacons and Finance Board of his church.
The Kentucky Law Enforcement Council is an independent administrative body of Kentucky state government with twelve members appointed by the Governor for terms of four years. In addition to numerous functional responsibilities, the counsel makes recommendations on the standards for law enforcement and telecommunications training academies, and mandatory qualifications for law enforcement training instructors.