12/26-31 - 11th Hour Video Replays (Indianapolis)

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Monday  December 31, 2012 

Speakers:
The Indianapolis Bar Association has your last-minute CLE needs covered with 11th Hour Video Replays. We're offering four days of video replays on Dec. 26, 27, 28 and 31. The 11th Hour Video Replays are one-hour video selections of the IndyBar's CLEs from 2012 -- view one or view several.
No registration is required (walk-in registration only)


See www.indybar.org for schedules and credit information.

Date: Wednesday, December 26 - Monday, December 31, 2012
Time (local time): varies

Credit hours: varies

Cost: 
$30 / hour - IndyBar members
$60 / hour - non-members

Payment must be made on day of attendance

Location:  Indianapolis Bar Association - IndyBar Education Center
135 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 1500, Indianapolis, 46204

Provider:  Indianapolis Bar Association

Contact information:
Indianapolis Bar Association
317-269-2000
iba@indybar.org
www.indybar.org and click on events to register

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