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AttaBoy/AttaGirl Can Make Someone’s Day

Professionalism is a topic seldom discussed when someone is behaving in a professional manner.  However, it quickly becomes an issue of conversation when someone is behaving badly.  This Association has been working to highlight those eptimizing the best in our … Continue reading

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Mentoring Opportunities and Legal Education Credit

The new Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity (ICLEO) class has been announced. When first launched in 1997 the ICLEO program was a ground-breaking effort to provide assistance reaching well beyond scholarship funds to minority, low income and educationally disadvantaged … Continue reading

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Proposal Would Cut Legal Services Funding by $104 Million

Funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) would be cut by 26 percent in Fiscal Year 2012 under a proposal announced by the House Appropriations Committee last week, according to LSC.  They note, the Committee bill proposes a $300 million … Continue reading

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Put Google to Work for You

Most of us have taken the time to “google” our own name just to see what might appear. However, did you know that you can receive alerts on a daily basis on words or topics of particular interest to you? … Continue reading

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Law as Entertainment

I’m spending 4th of July week with my family in the land of Mickey Mouse – Orlando, Florida. This isn’t our first trip to Disney World, by far. However, this time this ”magical place” has been dominated by the local trial of … Continue reading

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