The president of the IndyBar may be suspended from his kids’ youth recreational soccer league. Why? Well, it all boils down to two dangerous human traits: (1) ego and (2) a desire to win.
The work/life balance dilemma is perhaps the toughest challenge faced by members of our legal profession. My answer to the question is typically an honest one: “I don’t manage my life; I live it and hope that I have done my very best to do the things that I was required to do during that day.”
I am writing this message to you fresh from a wonderful trip to my dentist for a “deep cleaning.” If you are not familiar with this joyous process, it involves several injections of Novocaine into your mouth and gums followed by drilling, scraping, picking, chipping and stabbing. The Novocaine definitely helps, but the sound, pricks […]
I am extremely proud to inform you that your Indianapolis Bar Association leadership is diligently engaged in the task of carefully evaluating proposed bills and making the thoughtful determination regarding whether to take action to support, oppose or suggest amendments. It has been absolutely inspiring to watch our IndyBar section leadership wholeheartedly embrace this daunting task on behalf of our members and our clients.
As President-Elect of the Indianapolis Bar Association, I did not want to write this message about racial injustice. As an American citizen, I regret that I have to write this message about inequality. … But I decided to write this message because as a lawyer and leader of the IndyBar, I believe it is my duty to make you aware that racism and injustice does still exist.