Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum

IU McKinney author series spotlights faculty writers

September 5, 2013
IL Staff

An Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Professor will kick-off the school’s series of faculty book lectures by examining the birth of the 14th Amendment.
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Shepard receives ICLEF award

May 9, 2012
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum recently gave Randall T. Shepard, former Indiana chief justice, an award for his contributions to continuing legal education.
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Indiana State Bar Association to produce more CLE

February 1, 2012
Jenny Montgomery
A new initiative changes the roles of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum and the Indiana State Bar Association.
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ICLEF offers free admission for military veterans

October 26, 2011
IL Staff
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum says it will offer free admission for veterans interested in attending two upcoming CLE events.
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ICLEF gives $100,000 to Indiana Bar Foundation

October 15, 2010
Michael Hoskins
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s governing board is giving $100,000 to the Indiana Bar Foundation, which is struggling financially because of low interest rates that have hit IOLTA accounts and created problems in funding pro bono and related programs statewide.
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Attorneys to debate constitutionality of health-care reform

July 20, 2010
IL Staff
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum will hold a CLE on health-care reform which will include a debate between Indiana Solicitor General Thomas M. Fisher and Indiana University School of Law –Indianapolis professor David Orentlicher.
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Prominent family law attorney dies

July 12, 2010
Jennifer Nelson
A well-known and longtime family law attorney in Indianapolis died July 7 at the age of 80.
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Efforts to aid those facing foreclosure continue

October 19, 2009
Rebecca Berfanger
More than 1,000 Indiana attorneys, judges, and mediators have attended CLE trainings since June about mortgage foreclosures.
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Mortgage CLE numbers announced Monday

October 16, 2009
Rebecca Berfanger
Representatives from the Indiana Supreme Court will be in Evansville Monday to release the number of judges, attorneys, and mediators who were trained this summer and fall to represent borrowers and handle settlement conferences.
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  1. Thank you, John Smith, for pointing out a needed correction. The article has been revised.

  2. The "National institute for Justice" is an agency for the Dept of Justice. That is not the law firm you are talking about in this article. The "institute for justice" is a public interest law firm. http://ij.org/ thanks for interesting article however

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  4. It is wonderful that Indiana DOC is making some truly admirable and positive changes. People with serious mental illness, intellectual disability or developmental disability will benefit from these changes. It will be much better if people can get some help and resources that promote their health and growth than if they suffer alone. If people experience positive growth or healing of their health issues, they may be less likely to do the things that caused them to come to prison in the first place. This will be of benefit for everyone. I am also so happy that Indiana DOC added correctional personnel and mental health staffing. These are tough issues to work with. There should be adequate staffing in prisons so correctional officers and other staff are able to do the kind of work they really want to do-helping people grow and change-rather than just trying to manage chaos. Correctional officers and other staff deserve this. It would be great to see increased mental health services and services for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities in the community so that fewer people will have to receive help and support in prisons. Community services would like be less expensive, inherently less demeaning and just a whole lot better for everyone.

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