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The Indiana Bar Foundation is seeking nominations for several pro bono awards and applicants for its scholarship for new attorneys to attend the Indiana State Bar Association's annual fall meeting.

The Randall T. Shepard Award recognizes an individual's commitment and contributions to the pro bono movement in Indiana. The Pro Bono Publico Award highlights contributions made by volunteer attorneys to assist Hoosiers' access the justice system. The IBF also recognizes lawyers, law firms, and bar associations for excellence in providing information that enhances the public's understanding of the law and the legal system.

The IBF is also seeking applications from new attorneys to receive the Joseph T. Helling Memorial Scholarship, which will allow an attorney the opportunity to attend the ISBA's meeting Oct. 1-3 for free. The scholarship covers registration fees, travel, and lodging for the attorney and his or her family for the annual event.

All award nominations and applications for the scholarship are due to the Indiana Bar Foundation by Aug. 1. Nomination forms for the awards, as well as the scholarship application, can be found here.

For more information about the scholarship or the nominations, visit www.inbf.org.
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