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Posted on: Dec 4, 2018

When a Florida pastor posted a political sign outside his church while it served as a voting precinct on Election Day, it caused a stir. Still, it broke no election rules.

Posted on: Nov 29, 2018

A few years have passed since the revisions were made to Rule 6.7 of the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct that now requires Indiana attorneys to report the number of pro bono hours they provide. Although pro bono service is not mandatory, as stated by the rules and their comments, it is a responsibility and obligation of all attorneys, including government attorneys, to provide pro bono services to those of limited means.

Posted on: Oct 12, 2018

A landmark study of undergraduate students considering law school finds public service factors are key motivators, far ahead of the ability to qualify for a high-paying job or the prestige of the profession.

Posted on: Oct 11, 2018

The IndyBar Government Practice Section is pleased to offer two tickets to Bingham Greenebaum Doll's 27th annual Legislative Conference (LegCon) to a section member. 

Posted on: Sep 26, 2018

The Indiana Supreme Court affirmed two cities were entitled to summary judgment on the common-carrier theory, but not on the issue of liability under respondeat superior’s scope-of-employment rule in a consolidated civil lawsuit involving two women who were sexually assaulted by on-duty police in Evansville and Fort Wayne.


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