Kimberly K. Hays is an attorney in Tulsa, where she practices family law. She attended Oklahoma State University, from...
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Many Oklahomans navigating family law issues are unaware of how to get the legal services they need. In this On The Road episode, host John Williams talks to Kimberly Hays, president of the Oklahoma Bar Association, about justice gap issues in family law and how they can be addressed. They discuss the innovative ways the summit is working to provide more access, and talk about the Oklahoma Free Legal Answers program where lawyers can volunteer to answer legal questions for low-income residents.
Kimberly Hays is president of the Oklahoma Bar Association and a family law practitioner in Tulsa, OK.
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