Recently, Magistrate Kim Mattingly nudged us to gather wisdom from our more seasoned attorneys while we have the chance. This reminded me that I have one of those seasoned attorneys in my own office: Kids’ Voice’s own Derelle Watson-Duvall.
Dear current and future IndyBar members,
Congratulations! On behalf of the Indianapolis Bar Association, I am pleased to inform you that you have been approved for an invitation to the 25th annual Bench Bar Conference, which will be held in Louisville, Kentucky on June 14-16 at the Marriott in Downtown Louisville.
In 2018, the power and presence of social media outlets and usage is perhaps stronger than ever before. We live in an age when, for better or worse, information, interactions and interpersonal relationships may be discovered, created, and shared at the press of a button.
For 50 years, the Indianapolis Bar Foundation (IBF) has worked to ensure equal access to justice for all Indianapolis-area residents. In recognition of this milestone, the foundation will increase its annual Impact Fund Grant to $50,000 in order to fund a project or program that facilitates this mission and reflects the foundation’s goals.
The IndyBar is committed to making the practice of law more enjoyable by fostering a continued respect and trust among its lawyers and by seeking to promote the fair and efficient resolution of disputes
Hope, positivity, understanding. Those are just three of many feelings that Aaron Likens, author, public speaker and autism ambassador, hopes to impart as he strives to increase awareness and comprehension of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a plenary speaker at this year’s Bench Bar Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.