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Posted on: May 27, 2021

As we emerge from behind our Vitamin D lamps and push aside the mountain of Amazon boxes by our front doors, let us spend a moment to game plan our reentry into this new/old world with five steps to making the most of our May.

Posted on: May 13, 2021

While working at home, for albeit a relatively short period of time, I realized that the health of my professional working relationships was suffering. Perhaps you are still working from home. Perhaps you are still primarily attending meetings virtually. Perhaps you feel the same way.

Posted on: Feb 5, 2021

While the IndyBar and Indianapolis Bar Foundation’s successes are due in large part to the generosity and dedication of our community, the leadership, boards, and staff pirouetted through the minefields of 2020 like a barefoot parent dodging Legos on a hardwood floor.

Posted on: Jan 22, 2021

I’m Adam Christensen, the incoming president of your Indianapolis Bar Foundation. You might remember me as a long-time trivia host, Evening Under the Stars emcee, or as a kind of Christopher Meloni to James Bell’s Ice-T in the Amateur Life Coach: Special Ethics Unit series. But as the IndyBar Foundation’s next president, I think it’s important that you get to know a little more about me.

Posted on: Jan 22, 2021

Who are your top five lawyers of all time? That is indeed a very heavy question, writes IndyBar President Jimmie McMillian.

Posted on: May 31, 2020

Governor Holcomb and Mayor Hogsett (and countless other government and business leaders) are executing their plans to reopen the “new normal” economy. The IndyBar is no different. We are working hard on a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that will allow some staff to return to IndyBarHQ in the coming weeks.

Posted on: Apr 30, 2020

I admit that I often look for the bright side and have continued to do that during the pandemic. But the fact of the matter is that most of us in the Indianapolis legal community (and more broadly) are facing significant disruption that is hard to spin. IndyBar is no different.

Posted on: Apr 16, 2020

The Indianapolis Bar Association & Foundation are committed to assisting both its members and central Indiana families in need during the coronavirus crisis. The IndyBar has implemented two new programs by and for its members: The IndyBar Crisis Empowerment Grant Program and The COVID-19 Virtual Pro Bono Program.

Posted on: Mar 6, 2020

After years of planning, months of renovation and weeks of moving, the new IndyBar Headquarters—IndyBarHQ—is open for business as of March 6! The space is a bit bare-bones until finishing touches like artwork, signage and other components are installed over the coming weeks.

Posted on: Feb 24, 2020

The would-be angler Marvin Mears took an unexpected trip to the Supreme Court of Indiana after he caught a fish without bait. The law in Indiana said that “[i]t shall be unlawful for any person to take . . . or attempt to take . . . any fish in the waters of this state . . . by any means other than angling with hook and line.” Mr. Mears didn’t reasonably believe that the Indiana General Assembly intended to outlaw his scheme. He was “angling with hook and line” after all. Or so he thought.

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