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On Tap: August 31 – September 6

Everybody loves a local bar, so check out what yours is serving up this week with upcoming IndyBar events and happenings below! On the Docket The Current Climate Regarding Police Use of Force Thursday, September 3 from noon to 1 … Continue reading

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miniBar Talk: This Week’s Top Post

Progress Report: Millennial Lawyer Survey Results By Jenai M. Brackett, Frost Brown Todd LLC Do you understand the business aspects of practicing law? Are you potentially sabotaging your career by not recording all your billable time? Are you demonstrating your commitment to … Continue reading

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2012 IBF Grantee Continues Good Work

By Carolyn Clay Hall, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Some kids shoplift. Some get caught. According to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention (NASP), roughly 2 million kids were caught shoplifting in the past five years. Roger was one of them. … Continue reading

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CLE Series to Tackle Legal Issues Surrounding Use of Force

A hot topic in the news can be more than just a headline—it can become an issue that hits close to home. Throughout the past months, the debate on police use of force has intensified. But how does this national … Continue reading

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IndyBar Member Headlines: Thursday, August 27

Share your news with the IndyBar by contacting Rachel Beachy, Communications Coordinator, at rbeachy@indybar.org. James Dimos, member of Frost Brown Todd LLC and past president of the IndyBar, has been hired as deputy executive director of the American Bar Association. … Continue reading

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Getting Along is Not Wrong

Civility. Courtesy. Respect. Professionalism. These are words that should be synonymous with “Advocate” but in a world of high stakes, strong opinions, and a general, societal decline in basic manners, how can attorneys fight the good fight while living up … Continue reading

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When a Barking Dog is a Good Thing: Some Tips for Success for Young Lawyers

In my meetings and travels as Indy Bar President, I frequently find myself in one of two conversations. The first is a conversation among Baby Boomer lawyers who are expressing concern or frustration about the things that young lawyers don’t … Continue reading

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Scholarship Available to Health Law Conference

The Indianapolis Bar Association Health Care & Life Sciences Section is pleased to announce it is offering scholarships for the American Health Lawyers Association Fundamentals of Health Law Conference, November 15-17, 2015, in Chicago. The scholarship includes registration fee, membership … Continue reading

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You’re Invited: Reach for Youth “Don’t Judge Me” Happy Hour

Reach for Youth, the 2012 Impact Fund Grant recipient and local non-profit, is inviting licensed attorneys to learn more about the Teen Court program and how to get involved. “Don’t Judge Me” will be held Thursday, September 24 from 5 … Continue reading

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On Tap: August 24 – 30

Everybody loves a local bar, so check out what yours is serving up this week with upcoming IndyBar events and happenings below! On the Docket An Overview of, and Recent Developments Under, the Indiana Product Liability Act Tuesday, August 25 … Continue reading

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