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Foreclosure training in Griffith March 18

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The Indiana Supreme Court has announced its second training session for attorneys, judges and mediators to learn how to handle foreclosure cases, including through pro bono representation. A one-hour CLE, "The Perfect Storm: Foreclosures Leave Many Adrift," will be at 5:30 p.m. March 18 at Jedi's Restaurant, 444 Ridge Road, Griffith.

The education session will be presented by Indiana Legal Services attorney Stephanie Shappell Katich, who leads the group's Foreclosure Defense Program in Northwest Indiana. The session is sponsored by the Supreme Court and the Lake County Bar Association.

Seating is limited to 45 participants and is free to members of the Lake County Bar Association Family Law Section. There is a $25 fee for all other participants, which can be reimbursed by the Supreme Court if the attorney is in private practice and agrees to take a mortgage foreclosure case pro bono.

For more information or to register, contact Deb Dubovich at (219) 922-1200 or visit http://www.courts.in.gov/home.

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