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IBA: It's Dues Renewal Time!

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Renew your membership in the only local organization singularly committed to the Indianapolis legal community and its practitioners. Bolstered by more than 5,000 members, the Indianapolis Bar Association and its leaders work tirelessly to provide resources, programming and initiatives to make your career more successful, more efficient, and more satisfying.

Jump online to www.indybar.org to renew your membership online, or simply return the printed renewal statement mailed in mid-November. Questions or concerns? Contact us at iba@indybar.org.

We’re working for you. These initiatives and much more have launched or are underway to benefit YOU as an IndyBar member:

CLE on your schedule. Get your CLE credit when you want it, where you want it—online IndyBar CLE programming to debut in first quarter 2013.

Customized, robust communications. With a multi-year, multi-faceted communications initiative underway, the IndyBar is working to be your one-stop-shop for quality content and resources relevant to your practice and career.

With you on the go. Accessing the member directory and registering for programs on your phone is a snap with the bar’s new mobile-optimized website.

Expanded investment in your business success. Launched in 2012, Indy Lawyer Finder connects panelists to potential clients searching for legal representation online, complementing our existing Lawyer Referral Service call-in program. Both services are available exclusively to IndyBar members.

Adapting to your changing needs. The legal community is constantly evolving. The IndyBar is responding with the creation of the new Indy Attorneys Network section and the 2013 CLE Pilot Program, which bundles section membership and CLE into one convenient package for select groups.•
 

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