10/18 - Indiana Association of Administrative Law Judges CLE (Indianapolis)

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Thursday  October 18, 2012 

Presentations include:
   - Professor and Former Justice Frank Sullivan on administrative law rulings from the Indiana Supreme Court
   - Becky Brooks of JLAP and the Honorable Marianne Voorhees of the Delaware County Circuit Court regarding stress management
   - Chuck Kidd from the Disciplinary Commission on judicial independence (1 hr Ethics Credit pending)

Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Time (local time): 
Registration: 8:30 am
Program: 9:00 am - noon

Credit hours: CLE hours pending

Cost:
$50 InAALJ members
$75 Non-Members
$100 CLE and membership in InAALJ (includes membership in National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary)

Checks should be made payable to:  Indiana Association of Administrative Law Judges, Inc.
Mail to
Indiana Association of Administrative Law Judges, Inc. (InAALJ)
C/O Catherine Gibbs, President
Office of Environmental Adjudication
100 N. Senate Ave., Room N501
Indianapolis IN 46204

Location: Indiana State House - House Floor
200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis 46204

Provider: Indiana Affiliate of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary (InAALJ)

Contact information:
Catherine Gibbs, InAALJ President
(317) 232-8527
cgibbs@oea.in.gov
inaalj-cle.eventbrite.com
 

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