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Bench Bar Registration Still Open

Don’t miss out on this year’s Bench Bar Conference at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. Hotel information and registration for the conference can be found at www.indybenchbar.org.

Thank You Legal Line Volunteers

Eight Baker & Daniels LLP attorneys assisted 51 callers on Tuesday, May 11 as part of the IBA’s monthly Legal Line program. Thank you to Andrew Campbell, Emily Campbell, Brent Auberry, Zach Myers, Jaimie Zibrowski, Kevin Toner, Jay Jaffe and Daniel Lechleiter for your service!

IBA Legal Directory Available Now!

A limited number of 2010 IBA Legal Directories are available for purchase at the IBA office. This pictorial directory features listings for nearly 5,000 legal professionals in the Indianapolis area, plus contact information for local firms, courts and agencies. The price per book is $40, and orders can be made by visiting the IBA office or contacting iba@indybar.org. Did you pre-order your directory and indicate that you would pick it up from the IBA office? If so, your directory can be picked up during normal IBA business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Opperman Roundtable Registration Now Open

Registration for the Leonard H. Opperman Chapter 11 Roundtable, presented by the IBA Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Section, is now open. The seminar, reception and dinner will be held on Thursday, June 10 at the Hilton Indianapolis. The fourth annual Opperman Seminar will provide an exciting opportunity for attorneys to discuss and debate issues central to their everyday practice and will be moderated by two distinguished judges: the Honorable William R. Sawyer, United States Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Alabama; and the Honorable Thomas H. Fulton, United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Kentucky.

Make the Connection!

Join the Indianapolis Bar Association and the IBA Law Student Division for the 2010 IBA Summer Connection on July 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for an evening of networking and socializing at the Skyline Club. Enjoy appetizers and cocktails while mingling with Indianapolis attorneys. This annual event is free for IBA members! Attorney members can register at www.indybar.org; students should register at www.summerconnection.org.•

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