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Indiana Roll of Attorneys office moving

Michael W. Hoskins
January 1, 2007
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The office that keeps track of Hoosier attorneys is changing locations.

The Indiana Roll of Attorneys office is moving from the Statehouse and into the Indiana Government Center South to where the Court Clerk ;s Records Division is located.

As of April 2, attorneys will need to have that new address – 302 W. Washington St., Room W062 – for mailing in or dropping off registration fees, changes of address, temporary admissions forms, or disciplinary filings. The fax number will also change, but a new one isn ;t yet assigned.

Once the move happens, the roll of attorney administrator Darla Little said she will have more space for her files, all of which are instrumental in sending the 18,000 statements to active, inactive, and out-of-state attorneys. About 13,400 attorneys are currently admitted for practice in Indiana, she said.

Renovations to the Clerk ;s Office are expected to begin later this year, Little said. The clerk ;s office will continue accepting documents to allow attorneys to adjust to the change, she said, and the legal community can still access the attorney database online at www.in.gov/judiciary/cofc/roll-atty.html.
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