In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

AUG. 22-SEPT. 4, 2018

As law schools begin a new academic year, first-year students get formal introductions to the legal profession's obligations and responsibilities. Embattled Attorney General Curtis Hill is facing a backlash over his office's intervention in two voting lawsuits. The pursuit of an exoneration for a man who advocates say was wrongly convicted of murder is the latest in an extraordinary number of such cases out of Elkhart County.

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Hill enduring backlash in voting lawsuits

Even as the office of embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is pleading for more time to challenge a ruling that found changes to the state's voter registration statute violated federal law, it's taking another election dispute to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Three new judges prepare to join Marion County bench

For the first time, three new Marion County judges have been appointed through merit-based selection. Charnette Garner, Jennifer Harrison and Mark Jones were chosen by Gov. Eric Holcomb from among 40 applicants to replace retiring Indianapolis judges Becky Pierson-Treacy, Michael Keele and Thomas Carroll, respectively.

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Cotterill: Reinforcing corporate culture with personnel policies

Everyone’s talking about corporate culture and employee engagement these days because talent attraction and retention are so critical to the success of every company. So much goes into developing culture, and lawyers can have a positive impact on their company’s culture just by modernizing the old, boring personnel policy manual.

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Law Student Outlook: Navigating the 2L summer job search

Along with a full course load, leadership positions on the executive boards of student organizations, moot court, journals with endless cite-checking assignments and other time-consuming obligations, one thing is common among top priorities for rising 2Ls: the job search.

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IndyBar: Help Us Honor Excellence

This fall, IndyBar members will be honored for their contributions to our legal community. The Indianapolis legal community is fortunate to be home to many talented, dedicated professionals, and we need your help in identifying our colleagues who went above and beyond this past year!

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