An attorney of great personal integrity, passion and common sense, Pierce W. Hamblin is a highly respected trial attorney and one of the most sought-after mediators in the Commonwealth. Hamblin has successfully mediated thousands of cases and is well-known for his fairness, thoroughness, and efficiency.
He is a partner with Landrum & Shouse in Lexington and practices in the areas of Tort Law, Workers Compensation Law, Medical and Legal Malpractice, and Bad Faith Litigation.
Following graduation, Hamblin entered the United States Army where he became certified as both a tactical intelligence officer and a counter-intelligence officer. He earned a Judge Advocate General Degree from the University of Virginia College of Law in 1986. Currently, Hamblin serves as Captain in the United States Army Reserves.
Since 1980, Hamblin has taught Litigation Skills at the College as an adjunct instructor, infusing his enthusiasm for the law in hundreds of aspiring attorneys. He is also a past member of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Bar Foundation of the Kentucky Bar Association is a member of the Kentucky Defense Attorneys Association and the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys is chair of the Fayette County Bar Association Civil Litigation Section and is Special Judge for Mass Tort Litigation in Eastern Kentucky.