Special employee recognition, support for volunteer work, and fun are among the reasons Indianapolis law firms Barnes & Thornburg and Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman were chosen by The Indianapolis Star as two of Central Indiana’s Best Places to Work
IBA Young Lawyers Division members are hard at work planting juniper bushes in the Triangle Gateway area along East Morris Street downtown on Saturday, May 21. The Young Lawyers Division Go Green Subcommittee organized the group’s community service event in conjunction with the CSX “Trees for Tracks” program, which represented a local partnership between […]
IBA Seeks Volunteers for Diversity Task Force The IBA seeks members interested in serving on a short-term task force to undertake the creation of a report to the IBA Board of Directors regarding diversity within the Indianapolis Bar Association. The effort will be chaired by Marisol Sanchez of Bose McKinney & Evans. Work is slated […]
Atticus Finch, Thurgood Marshall, and Sandra Day O’Connor won’t be there, but you still have time to join future
legendary lawyers and judges at this year’s Bench Bar Conference: Making Lawyers Into Legends.
Students from Daniel Webster School 46 attended a Naturalization Ceremony as the guest of George Rubin of Rubin & Levin. Also pictured are U.S. Magistrate Judge William G. Hussman who presided over the ceremony and Indiana Court of Appeals Judge Mark Bailey who gave remarks on behalf of the IBA.
Members of the city’s public safety team recently addressed a gathering of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s
Bar Leader Series class to discuss their respective roles and shed light on the challenges they are confronting.
More than one-quarter of lawyers interviewed recently said they plan to increase staff levels in the second quarter of 2010,
while virtually none anticipated declines, according to The Robert Half Legal Hiring Index.
As the United States Senate began debate on the proposed Consumer Financial Protection Act, the Indianapolis
Bar Association issued a letter to oppose provisions within the CFPA which would grant the proposed Bureau of Consumer Financial
Protection broad new powers to regulate lawyers.
Mentoring and assisting lawyers of all ages and experiences are among the goals of the 2010 IBA Standing Committee on Professionalism,
according to the 2010 committee chairs, Hon. William T. Lawrence, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, and Kathleen
I. Hart, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. T
The Indiana General Assembly grappled with some hefty family law issues during the recent legislative session and the IBA was up to the challenge.
It's probably not surprising to those who know Steve Peters that he quoted Shakespeare while talking about his legal career. But many people might not know that Peters, a civil litigator with Harrison & Moberly LLP, was a self-professed math and English geek in high school and college.