Annual 7th Circuit meeting in Indy

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United States Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens and Rev. David Link, Dean Emeritus of the University of Notre Dame School of Law, are just two of the speakers at this year's Judicial Conference of the 7th Circuit and the annual meeting of the 7th Circuit Bar Association in Indianapolis.

The annual conference rotates among Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin and visits Indiana every four years.

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard will address the annual luncheon. Panelists and presenters include 7th Circuit Chief Judge Frank Easterbrook; 7th Circuit Judges William J. Bauer, Diane S. Sykes, and Richard A. Posner; and Indiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan.

The meeting is May 17-19 at the Westin Indianapolis, 50 S. Capitol Ave. The event is open to any attorney practicing in any of the Circuit, District, Magistrate, or Bankruptcy courts in the 7th Circuit. There is no deadline to register; however, in order to reserve a room at the hotel at the special conference rate, rooms must be booked by April 24.

For more information, including specific information about panels and events happening at the conference and cost, visit the 7th Circuit Bar Association's Web site or contact Kathy Chulchian with questions at


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