In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

APRIL 8-21, 2015

Both sides say the courts will have a central role in interpreting Indiana’s amended Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Elder law, a practice area that started in the late 1980s, has grown quite a bit in the last 25 years. The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard arguments on whether the Marion Superior judicial election system should be tossed out.

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‘Candid talk’ on women in law

Attorneys Bernadette Catalana and Kelly Odorisi faced jaw-dropping experiences on their paths to success, like being called “cupcake” by a judge, or being told to “act more like a man” when clearly treated differently because of their gender.

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Lawyer puts name on Assembly Hall entry

Bloomington attorney Ken Nunn will donate $2 million for the renovation of Assembly Hall at Indiana University, where a new south entry plaza will be named Ken Nunn Champions Plaza when the renovated Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall opens in fall 2016.

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