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About Rogers & Driver

Benjamin D. RogersAttorney at Law

Ben Rogers is a graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law and has been engaged in the private practice of law since 1981. Elected Barren County Attorney for two terms he served from 1991 through 1999. He is the Glasgow City Attorney and is a partner with Rogers & Driver, PSC. Rogers is a member of the First Christian Church/Disciples of Christ of Glasgow. He is a past president of the Barren County Bar Association and former member of the board of directors of Cumberland Trace Legal Services, Inc. He and his wife Christy have three children and four grandchildren.

Ben is a member of the Kentucky Justice Association and is licensed to practice law in Kentucky.


Brian M. P. DriverAttorney at Law

Brian Driver is a 1987 graduate from Glasgow High School with honors. He attended the University of Kentucky and graduated with honors in History. After undergraduate school, he attended the University of Louisville Law School, where he made the Dean’s list. He served as a law clerk under Judge Benjamin Dickinson in 1995, then as Assistant Barren County Attorney from 1996 to 1998. After this term expired, he worked with the Sheffer Law Firm in Bowling Green, Kentucky from 1999 to 2002. He joined the firm of Hughes & Coleman in Bowling Green, Ky and Nashville, TN as an associate from 2002 through 2005. He is past president of the Barren County Bar Association, and is presently on the board of directors of Kentucky Legal Aid, Inc. He is a member of the First Christian Church/Disciples of Christ, Glasgow. He is a father and has one son, Ethan. In 2005, He became a partner with Benjamin D. Rogers Law Firm k/n/a Rogers & Driver, PSC.

Brian is a member of the Kentucky Justice Association and is licensed to practice law in Kentucky and Tennessee.