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Work-Life Balance For The Busy Solo Attorney
Posted on: May 16, 2018

Work-life balance has become the buzzword for even the most workaholic lawyer. Every attorney wants to achieve some balance between their personal life and professional obligations.

Top Legal Technology Tips For Solo And Small Firms
Posted on: May 3, 2018

In this post, you’ll find lots of great tips and resources to help you use technology to get your law firm on the right track in the coming months. And if marketing is also a focus for your law firm, then this post is just what you need!

Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission to Offer Ethical Guidance to Lawyers
Posted on: Apr 17, 2018

For the first time, the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission will undertake an advisory role to lawyers. The Commission will provide ethical guidance through formal written advisory opinions and informal individual guidance.

Do Good: Volunteer for Ask a Lawyer April 10!
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

IndyBar is in need of additional volunteers for this Spring’s “Ask a Lawyer” program on April 10. Volunteers for Ask A Lawyer are tasked with providing legal advice to the public at this twice-a-year event. Please consider volunteering!

Limited License Legal Technicians: An Opportunity and a Threat for Solo and Small Firm Attorneys?
Posted on: Mar 7, 2018

Washington State recently implemented a program for what it calls limited license legal technicians (LLLTs). At the moment, this program has only 26 participants, and the program is limited to family law practice. Unlike paralegals, LLLTs (after taking required classes and spending 3,000 working under an attorney) may practice on their own and not under the direct supervision of attorneys.

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