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Posted on: Apr 19, 2021

Twenty-three judges and lawyers who applied for an opening on the Court of Appeals of Indiana will be interviewed by the Judicial Nominating Commission May 13-14 in person.

Posted on: Apr 19, 2021

Twenty-three judges and lawyers who applied for an opening on the Court of Appeals of Indiana will be interviewed by the Judicial Nominating Commission May 13-14 in person.

Posted on: Apr 7, 2021

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has caused there to be fewer court filings in some jurisdictions, Howard Bashman’s blog, How Appealing, continues to share multiple posts on a daily basis about appellate law and legal news.

Posted on: Apr 7, 2021

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has caused there to be fewer court filings in some jurisdictions, Howard Bashman’s blog, How Appealing, continues to share multiple posts on a daily basis about appellate law and legal news.

Posted on: Mar 24, 2021

The Indiana Supreme Court Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure has posted four proposed rule amendments online for public comment.   

Posted on: Mar 24, 2021

The Indiana Supreme Court Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure has posted four proposed rule amendments online for public comment.   

Posted on: Mar 24, 2021

If you want to maximize the persuasiveness of your appellate brief, spend time focusing on the structure of your brief in a meaningful way. 

Posted on: Mar 24, 2021

If you want to maximize the persuasiveness of your appellate brief, spend time focusing on the structure of your brief in a meaningful way. 

Posted on: Mar 12, 2021

The California Court of Appeal for the Second District held: “Excellent Lawyers deserve higher fees, and excellent lawyers are civil. Sound logic and bitter experience support these points.” 

Posted on: Mar 12, 2021

The California Court of Appeal for the Second District held: “Excellent Lawyers deserve higher fees, and excellent lawyers are civil. Sound logic and bitter experience support these points.” 


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