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Jennings & Jennings, PLLC  

102 East Main Street

Richmond, KY 40475

Office/Fax: 859-353-3374

 

Hours:

Monday - Friday; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Weekends and after hours by appointment

ABOUT OUR FIRM

Robert V. Jennings
Attorney

Robert Jennings is a lifelong resident of Richmond and graduate of Madison Central High School.  He earned a bachelor's degree in political science with a minor in history from the University of Kentucky in 2010.  He graduated cum laude from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2013, earning honor awards in Litigation Skills.

Before founding Jennings & Jennings, PLLC, Robert practiced as an associate attorney with a local law firm where he focused primarily on personal injury, real estate, and family law cases.  These areas remain his primary focus today. During his career, Robert has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars on behalf of his clients who have been injured in accidents. 

He has served as president of the Madison County Bar Association and is a graduate of Leadership Madison County. Robert is also a member of the Kentucky Justice Association which is committed to strengthening the civil justice system so deserving individuals can get justice and wrongdoers are held accountable. 

William T. Jennings
Attorney

William "Bill" Jennings is native of Richmond who grew up near the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.  Bill graduated from Model Laboratory School, earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Eastern in 1970, and, later, his law degree from the University of Kentucky in 1973.

 

He returned to Richmond to begin private practice and opened his first office on the second floor of the old State Bank Building located on Main Street. He then served Clark and Madison counties as District Court judge beginning in 1978 until 1984 when he was elected Circuit Court judge for the 25th Judicial Circuit. He remained in that position until his retirement from the bench in 2008. At the time of his retirement, he was the longest sitting judge in all of the Commonwealth.

 

During the course of his legal career, Bill has served as president of the Madison County Bar Association, both president and vice-president of the Kentucky Circuit Judges Association, and was inducted into the EKU National Alumni's Association's Hall of Distinguished Alumni. 

Bill brings an unmatched wealth of experience and practical knowledge of trial work to the firm. He presided over countless jury trials while serving as judge, and knows firsthand what does and does not work in the courtroom.