Interest Groups

Documentary About Indiana’s Federal Courts Nominated for Two Emmys - Litigation News

Get the news you want the way you want it: click the RSS button in the right corner to add this feed to your RSS reader, or click here to subscribe to this content. By subscribing, you’ll find this news on your Member Account page, and the latest articles will be emailed to you in your customized IndyBar E-Bulletin e-newsletter.

Litigation News


Posted on: May 16, 2018

By Timothy F. Devereux, Ladendorf Law

A recent documentary about the history and importance of the federal courts in Indiana has been nominated for two Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

As stated in an article appearing in the May 8, 2018 online version of the Indiana Lawyer: 

“The film, “And Justice for All: Indiana’s Federal Courts,” has been nominated in the documentary-historical category and in the musical composition/arrangement category. Winners will be announced at the 49th Annual Emmy Awards ceremony June 23, 2018.

In addition to providing an overview of the history of Indiana’s federal courts, the film portrays the events surrounding three cases of historical significance that drew national attention. Documentarians, Indiana historians and members of the local federal bar reenacted the courtroom dramas in Ex parte Milligan, a Civil War-era case; United States v. Ryan, et al., a case of domestic terrorism; and United States v. Board of School Commissioners of the City of Indianapolis, a desegregation case.

The film is available via YouTube and can be viewed here.

If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Litigation Section, please email Kara Sikorski at ksikorski@indybar.org.

DID YOU KNOW?

Indianapolis Bar Association (IndyBar) est. 1878 | 4,536 Members (as of 2.11.21)