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Posted on: Jun 25, 2020

We’re halfway through 2020, and it’s safe to say that this year will be one to remember. When you’re living through a global pandemic and witnessing some of the largest protests against racial inequality we’ve seen this century, life can seem overwhelming and unbearable at times. But, season 2 of the IndyBar podcast, “Off the Record with James Bell,” lends a glimmer of progress and determination, thanks to some extraordinary special guests.

From Indy legal legends to nationally renowned writers and field experts, “Off the Record” host (and past IndyBar president) James Bell goes beyond the courtroom and delves into the minds of his esteemed guests. The podcast features stories and insight on topics like gender diversity in the profession, President Donald Trump’s impeachment, what it’s like to argue at the U.S Supreme Court, the fight for racial equality and so much more.

Though “Off the Record with James Bell” explores tough issues when it comes to navigating life and the legal profession in the 21st century, Bell’s guests remind us to persevere and to never stop fighting for what you believe in.

You can listen to “Off the Record with James Bell” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play. Read more here.

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