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Judge's Tweets Don't Merit Recusal, Ninth Circuit Says
Posted on: Jul 19, 2017

The Ninth Circuit recently upheld a $122.5 million California wildfire settlement, saying that alleged improper tweets by a federal judge were not grounds for recusal.

Get Your Hands DIRTY: Volunteer at Indy Urban Acres with the Environmental Law Section and the Indy Attorneys Network
Posted on: Jul 10, 2017

Join fellow IndyBar members on Friday, August 25 from 9 a.m. to noon to plant and harvest produce that goes straight to local food pantries through a partnership with Gleaners Food Bank. Give back to your local community while networking with your colleagues!

Bar-wide, time sensitive opportunities
Posted on: Jun 16, 2017

The IndyBar has some updates that you may want to share with your section members or colleagues. Please note: some of these opportunities have fast-approaching deadlines.

Despite Trump's Pull-Out from Paris Agreement, U.S. Cities, States and Corporations Pledge to Meet Climate Change Commitments
Posted on: Jun 14, 2017

In the wake of President Trump's recent announcement to pull the United States out of the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, many U.S. cities, states, and corporations are stepping in and pledging to abide by the country's prior commitment to combat climate change.

Message from the Chair: June 2017
Posted on: Jun 6, 2017

Keep up with the happenings: take a look at this quarter's message from Environmental Law Section chair, Mike Reeder.

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