McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie and Kirkland, PLLC

Since our foundation in 1963, the law firm of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, PLLC, has provided successful representation to businesses and professionals throughout Kentucky and the United States. Our clients continue to come back to us year after year, not only because of the personal attention they get from our experienced attorneys and the reasonable fees we offer, but because of the swift results we provide in a wide range of practice areas.

A Team of Trial Attorneys

We take a team approach to the challenging cases we handle. With offices in Lexington, Louisville and throughout Kentucky, we can handle cases that are far-reaching geographically. With attorneys who handle a wide range of practice areas, we can handle cases that straddle multiple areas of the law.

We are also trial attorneys. Although we certainly have the skill to handle negotiation and arbitration when appropriate, that is not where our advocacy stops. We know that, particularly in the more intricate and contested matters we handle, trial is often necessary. By working together and advocating with all our strength and combined experience, we have achieved success in extremely complex cases. Proof can be seen in our long list of notable cases.

Attorneys Recognized in the Legal Community

Our attorneys have served our state and community in such influential positions as Mayor of Lexington, Majority Leader of the Kentucky House of Representatives, Assistant Attorney General, Master Commissioner of the Fayette Circuit Court and president of the Fayette County Bar Association. Some of us have also held, or still hold, leadership positions in a variety of private schools, colleges and local nonprofit organizations. Recognition has also come in the form of:

The complexity and high-profile nature of many of our cases mean that our successes are frequently discussed in the Herald Leader and other local and national publications.

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