{{#if events}}
    {{#events}}
  • {{moment startDate format='MMM DD - ddd hh:mm A'}}
    {{{title}}}  
  • {{/events}}

View Full Calendar

{{else}}
  • There are currently no upcoming Events.
{{/if}}
  • linked in
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • twitter

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.

Young Lawyers News All Post     

Page 1 of 7 • Next 33 Post found

One-Quarter Of Law Firms To Expand First-Year Associate Hiring
Posted on: Sep 21, 2017

Newly-minted associates may see employers extend more job offers, research indicates. Nearly one-quarter (22 percent) of lawyers recently interviewed by Robert Half Legal said their law firm plans to increase its hiring of first-year associates in the next 12 months, while 67 percent indicated no change in hiring activity and 7 percent plan a decrease.

Eight Networking Tips for Young Lawyers from the ABA
Posted on: Sep 6, 2017

Whether you are a new attorney or in your seventh year of practice, networking is important. Networking helps you build connections in the community, market yourself, and generate business.

Meet the YLD: Joe Delehanty
Posted on: Aug 24, 2017

Say "hello" and meet Joe Delehanty! 

YLD Members Participate in IBF Golf Outing
Posted on: Aug 9, 2017

On July 13, 2017, Justin Allen, Matt Maples, Stephanie McGowan, and Justin Sorrell of the IndyBar Young Lawyers Division (“YLD”) Executive Committee participated in the Indianapolis Bar Foundation (“IBF”) Lawyer Links Classic Golf Outing at the County Club of Indianapolis.

Young Lawyers Practice Tip: Above the Law – The Best Thing A Young Lawyer Can Do Is Learn Technology
Posted on: Jul 26, 2017

As young lawyers, we all know that there are many fundamental skills we need to cultivate and master, but many of those just come with experience. However, as an article from Above the Law states, if young lawyers “want to stay ahead of the curve a little, learn to separate yourself from the rest with some technical skills.” 

Page 1 of 7 • Next