5/2 - Timeless Tips from the Bench and the Bar (Indianapolis)

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Friday  May 2, 2014 

Second Annual Timeless Tips from the Bench and the Bar: 650 Years of Experience

Featured Speakers:

- Hon. Steven H. David - Hon. Theodore R. Boehm
- Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr. - Hon. John G. Baker
- Hon. Cale Bradford - Hon. Elaine B. Brown
- Hon. Terry A. Crone - Hon. Melissa S. May
- Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr. - Hon. Margret G. Robb
- Hon. Nancy H. Vaidik - Thomas L. Davis
- Ronald E. Elberger - Dean William F. Harvey
- Joseph H. Hogsett - Charles M. Kidd
- Mark E. Maddox - James H. Voyles, Jr.

Date: Friday, May 2, 2014
Time (local time): 
Registration: 8:30 am
Program: 9:00 am - 4:10 pm

Credit hours: 6.0 CLE / 1.0 Ethics

Cost: $300
Everything included: Buffet breakfast, plated lunch, all day beverages, afternoon dessert, free parking

Register information at www.ibj.com/timelesstips

Location: Indianapolis Marriott North
3645 River Crossing Parkway, Indianapolis 46240

Provider: Indianapolis Legal Aid Society

Contact information:
Curtis Shirley
(317) 685-6512

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