Appellate courts host free bicentennial CLE program

The Indiana Supreme Court and Indiana Court of Appeals will host a free one-hour continuing legal education program from 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, May 19 in the Supreme Court Courtroom.

The Randall T. Shepard Bicentennial Lecture will highlight the contributions of two Hoosiers featured in the Indiana Historical Society Press’s book, “Indiana’s 200 — The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State,” according to the courts.

Court of Appeals Judge John Baker will speak about Indiana Supreme Court Justice Jesse Lynch Holman, one of the state’s first three justices. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis professor of history Robert Barrows will speak about Albion Fellows Bacon, an Evansville social reformer and writer.

The event will be webcast, but registration is required for those who wish to attend and receive CLE credit. More information about the event is available here, where the webcast also may be viewed.

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