Pro Bono District 8

Free CLE offered for pro bono volunteers

December 7, 2010
Rebecca Berfanger
Bar associations and pro bono districts are working together to encourage attorneys to sign up to participate in the annual statewide Talk to a Lawyer Today event taking place Jan. 17, 2011. Free CLE, which is offered in December and January to lawyers who volunteer their time with TTALT but is not required to participate in the event, is a video replay of a CLE that originally took place in Indianapolis in October.
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Marion Superior judge new pro bono committee chair

July 30, 2010
IL Staff
The District 8 Pro Bono Committee has a new chair – Marion Superior Judge David A Shaheed.
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Predicting IOLTA fund revenuesRestricted Content

May 26, 2010
Rebecca Berfanger
All that is known about funding for Indiana’s 14 pro bono districts is that no one yet knows exactly how much the districts will receive in October for their 2011 budgets.
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Annual Talk to a Lawyer event a success

January 19, 2010
Rebecca Berfanger
While the official numbers are not yet available from Monday's statewide Talk to a Lawyer Today event that annually takes place on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day, all 14 pro bono districts participated.
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