In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

APRIL 27-MAY 10, 2022

HEA 116 has brought some odd opposition. Groups that advocate for paper ballots and verifiable paper trails lobbied against the bill that calls for Indiana touch-screen voting machines to be retrofitted with devices that produce a paper printout. With midterm elections around the corner, be sure to read IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl's report.  This week's Focus looks at increased  spending by in-house counsel for outside help. Also in this issue, IL reporter Katie Stancombe writes about an attorney's goal of running a marathon in all 50 states as well as an Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law professor who taught a class on COVID-19 and the law this spring. For the web exclusive, Adams Superior Judge Sam Conrad is the next Hoosier trial court judge to be featured in our spotlight series focused on the state’s judicial officers in more rural communities. Read those stories and more in the April 27, 2022, issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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Indianapolis Immigration Court opening in 2023

On April 19, Gail Montenegro, the Executive Office of Immigration Review’s Midwest regional public information officer, confirmed to Indiana Lawyer that an immigration court will open in Indianapolis in 2023. The court will have around 40 employees, including judges, she said.

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