This Little Piggy Stayed Home: CAFO’s in Indiana
A guide through the competing legal positions related to concentrated animal feeding operations.
Faculty: Kim Ferraro, Sr., Staff Attorney, Hoosier Environmental Council
Susanna Bingman, Program Counsel, Indiana Department of Environmental Management
“Baa-Ram-Ewe”: Constitutional Pig Talk
The presentation will address the constitutional aspects of swine terminology towards police, on license plates, and in pet regulation.
Faculty: Professor Joel M. Schumm, Clinical Professor of Law, Indiana University McKinney School of Law
Wilber and Charlotte’s Teamwork: Building an Inclusive and Harassment Free Workplace
Panelists will discuss the foundations to an inclusive and harassment free workplace and whether workplace misconduct can serve as a basis for lawyer licensing misconduct.
Faculty: G. Michael Witte, Disciplinary Commission
Tae Sture, Attorney at Law, Sture Legal Services, LLC
Date: Friday, February 15, 2019
Time (local time): 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
social follows conclusion of event
Credit hours: 3.0 CLE / 1.0 Ethics
$40 APABA, ISBA, IndyBar, MCBA members
$50 non members
free to law students
Click here to register.
Location: IndyBar Education Center
135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 1500, Indianapolis 46204
Provider: Asian Pacific Bar Association, Indiana Chapter
along with the Indianapolis Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association and the Marion County Bar Association