The 2016 Leadership Bowling Green class has selected Brad Salyer to lead the program this year as class president. He was accepted into the leadership development program, coordinated by the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, in March. Up to 32 individuals are chosen each year to participate. The program, founded in 1985, starts with a retreat in April and ends with a graduation in November. The class will study Bowling Green and the community’s strengths and challenges through lectures, discussions and tours.
Salyer’s practice focuses on banking and finance law, commercial litigation, real estate, bankruptcy and appellate law. He was recently named a shareholder of the firm. Salyer attended the University of Kentucky College of Law and has been recognized as a “Kentucky Rising Star” by Super Lawyers® in business bankruptcy law since 2013. He leads Morgan & Pottinger’s Bowling Green office and was instrumental in the firm’s efforts to open an office there to serve South Central Kentucky clients. He is licensed in Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana.