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IndyBar Frontlines - 4/9/14

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Register today for Take a Law Student to Lunch!

Just one lunch hour. That’s all it takes to open the door of our legal community for a law student and provide that student with the real life knowledge of what it’s like to practice in Indy. Sign up at indybar.org/events and “Take a Law Student to Lunch” on Thursday, May 15. The luncheon will be held at the Hilton Indianapolis at 120 W. Market St.

IndyBar Diversity Job Fair Student Registration Now Open

The IndyBar will host its annual Diversity Job Fair August 21 and 22, and student registration is now available. Students can find information on how to register at ibadiversityjobfair.org. The Diversity Job Fair is open to all 2014 full time 2L law students (graduating May 2016) or part-time 2L or 3L law students (graduating 2016/2017). Twenty-four legal employers, from large firms to government agencies to courts, will be conducting interviews at the fair.

Full Judicial Evaluation Results Posted

Results from the IndyBar’s Judicial Excellence Committee evaluation for all judicial candidates in the May primary are now available at www.indyjudges.org.

Pitch In at the Great Indy Cleanup

The IndyBar Go Green Committee is again teaming up with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful for their April Great Indy Cleanup and encourages anyone interested (IndyBar member or not) to volunteer for this free event! The Great Indy Cleanup will concentrate on the Fountain Square neighborhood and will involve a variety of beautification projects.

The event will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2013, from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Those interested in volunteering should register online at indybar.org/events. A limited number of IndyBar Go Green Committee volunteer spots are available.

HEAL is Here to Help

HEAL—Helping Enrich Attorneys Lives—assists lawyers, judges and paralegals in the Indianapolis area who are experiencing a crisis or who are affected by the crisis of someone close to that person, such as a spouse or professional colleague. The program is simple, but its impact can be great. Learn more at indybar.org/heal.

Bench Bar Registration Now Open!

With a “place for every practice,” Bench Bar 2014 is truly a can’t miss event, featuring speakers, programs and activities to suit nearly every Indy practitioner. Bench Bar 2014 will be held June 19 to 21 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Visit www.indybenchbar.org to view the agenda and register today.

Customize Your E-Bulletin!

Now your IndyBar E-Bulletin is all about YOU! Log in at indybar.org/account and click “Manage Your News Subscriptions.” There you can select your own personal news subscriptions from 24 different topics. The latest articles from your subscriptions will automatically populate in the “My IndyBar News” in your bi-weekly E-Bulletin. These subscriptions will also populate a personalized homepage when you log in at indybar.org.

Hit the Links with the IBF

Spring may have just sprung, but it isn’t too early to make plans to join the Indianapolis Bar Foundation at the 2014 Lawyer Links Classic golf outing. Enjoy a day on the course at the Golf Club of Indianapolis on July 17 while supporting a great cause. Learn more at indybar.org/ibfevents.•


 

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