FRANKFORT, Ky. — Chad Meredith has been appointed solicitor general for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Attorney General-elect Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday. In this role, Meredith will serve as the state’s advocate for appellate litigation.
Meredith previously coordinated and oversaw appellate litigation involving executive branch agencies in the administration of former Gov. Matt Bevin.
“Chad’s experience advocating for Kentucky within the appellate court system makes him an ideal choice to serve as solicitor general,” said Cameron. “Many of Kentucky’s most pressing and significant legal issues are decided on appeal, and I know that Chad will represent the best interests of Kentuckians.”
Attorney Meredith has argued many cases for pro-life laws, including the Transfer Agreement case at the Sixth District Appellate Court last summer.