11/22 - From Cyprus to Indy and the Judge In-Between (Indianapolis)

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Friday  November 22, 2013 

From Cyprus to Indy and the Judge In-Between: The Mosaics Case and the Hon. James E. Noland. Sixth Annual Court History and CLE Symposium

Speakers include:
  Hon. Ezra Friedlander
  Hon. Kennard Foster
  Hon. John Daniel Tinder
  Hon. Sarah Evans Barker
  Hon. Larry McKinney
  Sally Zweig
  John Hoover
  Jill Julian, Assistant U.S. Attorney

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Date: Friday, November 22, 2013
Time (local time): 1:00 - 4:30 pm

Credit hours: 3.0 CLE (pending)

Cost:
Free for members of the Historical Society of U.S. District Court
$50 Non-members

RSVP by Nov. 15 to Denise Fort at denise.fort@faegrebd.com

Location: U.S. Courthouse
46 E. Ohio St., Courtroom 243, Indianapolis 46204

Provider: Historical Society of U.S. District Court

Contact information:
Doria Lynch
(317) 229-3729
doria_lynch@insd.uscourts.gov
www.insd.uscourts.gov
 

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