After 50 years as a critical figure at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, circuit executive Collins Fitzpatrick has retired. IL reporter Katie Stancombe speaks with Hoosier lawyers about the legacy Fitzpatrick is leaving. Meanwhile, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl has the story of an Indianapolis woman who is devoting her life to helping her incarcerated son, who is suing Indiana correctional officers. And in this issue's Web Exclusive, IL managing editor Jordan Morey checks in with Hispanic lawyers during Hispanic Heritage Month to get their perspectives on Hispanic/Latino representation in the Indiana legal profession. All that and more in the Oct. 13, 2021, issue of Indiana Lawyer.
How are law firms and federal courts responding to President Joe Biden's new vaccine requirements? Some with mandates of their own, and some without. IL managing editor Jordan Morey and reporter Stancombe report. Meanwhile, redistricting continues at the Indiana Statehouse, with many Hoosiers accusing the Indiana GOP of drawing this year's maps in their party's favor. IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl has more. And in the Mediation/ADR Focus, Jordan brings you an inside look into a lesser-known division of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. All of that and more inside the Sept. 29, 2021, issue of Indiana Lawyer.
With the influx of Afghan evacuees into the Hoosier State via Camp Atterbury, immigration lawyers are preparing to help — IL managing editor Jordan Morey has more. On a lighter note, a group of Hoosier attorneys recently had the chance to sip wine at a CLE all about alcohol law — reporter Katie Stancombe has the story. And in this issue's Focus, read editor Olivia Covington's Q&A with Clayton Miller, incoming president of the Indiana State Bar Association. All that and more inside the Sept. 15, 2021, issue of Indiana Lawyer.
Change is coming to the Indiana Court of Appeals. In our Sept. 1 issue, IL managing editor Jordan Morey chats with retiring COA Judge James Kirsch and introduces us to Kirsch's successor, Derek Molter. Meanwhile, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl and reporter Katie Stancombe get the inside scoop on two southern Indiana energy projects that are rattling local residents. And in this issue's Web Exclusive, Stancombe takes us inside a recent celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. All that and more inside the Sept. 1 issue of The Indiana Lawyer.
Redistricting is the hot topic in the legislative world right now, and Hoosiers are making sure they stay plugged in. IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl reports. Meanwhile, new data indicates younger lawyers are feeling the pinch of the last 18 months. Learn more from IL reporter Katie Stancombe. Katie also dives into the nationwide staffing shorting in the Employment Law Focus — read her story here. All this and more is in the Aug. 18, 2021, issue of The Indiana Lawyer.
In the Aug. 4, 2021, issue of The Indiana Lawyer, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl provides an update on GAL/CASA services in Marion County after the contract was switched from Child Advocates to Kids' Voice. On a lighter note, IL reporter Katie Stancombe takes us inside the work of an Indy-area attorney climbing for a cause. And in the Litigation Support/Technology Focus, we take a look at what advancing artificial intelligence means for lawyers.
In the July 21, 2021, issue of The Indiana Lawyer, meet Adrienne Meiring, the incoming executive director of the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission. Also, hear from housing lawyers on what the end of the CDC eviction moratorium could mean for Hoosier renters. Plus, see the recommendations for reforming family law practice in the Hoosier State.
In the July 7 issue, IL reporter Katie Stancombe speaks with an Indianapolis lawyer who recently penned her first book examining the intersection between the HIV crisis, Ryan White, the economy in Kokomo and the court system. Also, Stancombe and IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl explore the summer associate experience and how it's been affected by the tumult of the last year. Plus, why some Hoosier health care workers are fighting against a vaccine mandate, and whether they have a legal leg to stand on.
It's Reunification Month, and one Indianapolis mother is being honored by the ABA for her efforts to regain custody of her son. Meanwhile, two Indianapolis attorneys spoke with Indiana Lawyer about their shared love of making music. And in the New Laws Focus Section, check out our annual list of new legislation enacted during the 2021 session of the Indiana General Assembly.
As the vaccine rollout continues, Hoosier law firm leaders are trying to decide when and how often they should bring workers back into the office. Other firms are adjusting to new digs after making pandemic-era moves. And in this issue's Focus, meet new ITLA President Dan Ladendorf.