Senior Counsel Division
Attorneys can offer discounted prices to clients, but does it ultimately help or harm their business? Check out this post to read more about the pros and cons of special offers.
Working from home has become more and more common in recent years, and in this post, Jim Voyles talks about why it's an important topic for Senior Counsel Division members to consider.
Join this seminar to learn when and how to ethically, gracefully and responsibly scale back from active practice. A reception will be held immediately following the program.
What difference does working for a small firm make compared to working for a large firm? The answer is over a hundred dollars. Read more in this post.
When it comes to working in the law field, what are the factors that affect attorneys' happiness most? A recent study has the answer.
The purpose of the IndyBar Senior Counsel Division is to stimulate the interest of senior lawyers of the Indianapolis Bar Association in the objectives of the Association, to carry on activities which will be of assistance to those lawyers and other lawyers in their practice of law, to educate and inform the legal community and the general public, and to make reports and recommendations to the Board of Directors of the Association. The division shall provide its experience and advice to the Association and its members in matters involving the advancement of the practice of law and to generally serve as Senior Counsel to the Association.
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A Message from the Division Chair
“Welcome to the online home of the Indianapolis Bar Association's Senior Counsel Division. As the 2014 chair of the division, I encourage you to get involved with the division, whether that means attending our educational programming, networking with colleagues at a social event or volunteering for service on the division's executive committee. ”
James H. Voyles - 2014 Senior Counsel Division Chair - Voyles Zahn & Paul