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IBA: It's Legal Directory Time!

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The IndyBar will release a new edition of the printed Indianapolis Bar Association Directory in Summer 2012. This directory will include more than 6,000 legal professionals—both members and non-members—in the Indy area, as well as useful contact information for courts and agencies. The directory is available for pre-order only via the Bar’s website.

To compile the most accurate directory possible the Bar is contacting via email all attorneys in their database seeking confirmation of the accuracy of the information. IndyBar members can simply log on to the Bar’s website to check their contact information and update online. This is a pictorial directory, so all attorneys are encouraged to submit a photo to be included with your listing. Online at www.indybar.org are full details on the directory, including instructions for updating information.

Interested in advertising in the directory? Affordable opportunities are available. To learn more contact Tara Moore at tmoore@indybar.org. Don’t forget—the full directory is always available online by logging in at www.indybar.org and navigating to http://www.indybar.org/membership/directory.•

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