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Darran Winslow possesses more than a decade of experience as an attorney and has represented a number of high-profile cases for clients based in the Louisville, Kentucky, area. For instance, Winslow represented Billy Gillespie, the former coach of the University of Kentucky varsity basketball team. He also provided counsel to two women who came into possession of sought-after celebrity photographs while on vacation. Very well known and respected in his community, coach Billy Gillespie turned to Darran Winslow for assistance with a legal matter in 2009, which led to his immediate release from custody. Winslow also assisted two local women who had met Mel Gibson at a bar in Los Angeles while traveling. When Gibson received a DUI later that evening, the women turned to Winslow for help in dealing with media requests for their photographs. As a result of Winslow’s work, his clients received licensing fees from several publications, as well as appearances on Good Morning America and other news shows. Currently, Darran Winslow focuses on criminal defense law at Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Goodman PSC, where he has served as an Attorney at Law since 2003. Winslow also possesses extensive litigation experience and holds a membership in the Louisville Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section. Prior to joining Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Goodman, Darran Winslow held a similar position at Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He began his career as a Law Clerk under Judge William O. Bertelsman in the United States District Court in Covington, Kentucky. He holds a Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law and a Bachelor of Science from Washington & Lee University.

Work experience

Nov 2003Present


Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Mahan PSC


May 2001


Salmon P. Chase College of Law
May 1996


Washington and Lee University