WILLIAM B. "BEAU" BAUSTIEN
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William B. "Beau" Baustien has made appearances in fifty six counties across the Commonwealth and performed title searches in over 20 of those counties. But Beau doesn’t spend all of his time in the courtroom, he has served as a past recruitment chair for the Greater Louisville University of Kentucky Young Alumni Club, was a Legal Committee Member of the Young Professional Association of Louisville, and a member of the Young Lawyers Committee for the Louisville Bar Association. He also enjoys golf, swimming and prides himself as a history buff.
Before earning his stripes in the courtroom, Beau served on the University of Kentucky Trial Advocacy Board, was a Staff Editor of the Kentucky Law Journal, served as an investigator for the Student Government Elections Board, and went on to serve as the Student Government’s Attorney General. As a law student clerk, he served the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy’s Appellate Division and the Fayette Circuit Court. After law school, Beau served as Staff Assistant to Louisville Metro Councilman, Jim King, while also running a solo practice focused on real estate law, landlord tenant issues, and property tax lien purchasing. Beau went on to hone his skills in the area of property tax lien foreclosure litigation when he joined a respected Lexington based firm in 2013. Since that time, he has attended the National Tax Lien Association’s 2015 Annual Conference and the Taxlientalk Kentucky Seminar and gave a presentation on the delinquent tax lien foreclosure process at the Louisville Bar Association’s Real Estate CLE Seminar.
University of Kentucky School of Law, 2011; University of Kentucky Law Journal, Staff Editor, Trial Advocacy Board
University of Kentucky, Class of 2007; Magna Cum Laude.
COMMUNITY & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Louisville Bar Association, Member
Kentucky Bar Association, Young Lawyer's Division member
Greater Louisville University of Kentucky Young Alumni Club
Key Practice Areas
Tax Lien Acquisition & ComplianceCivil Litigation
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