In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

AUG. 7-20, 2019

The announcement that the Trump administration will resume federal executions at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute is causing uncertainty in the Southern District with the first planned lethal injection just four months away. Rare good news for civil legal aid funding: Increased interest rates led to a rebound in IOLTA revenue. And a new law will give some offenders the option of offsetting their court fees by performing extra community service.

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IndyBar: Guest Column — Fundraising Hits and Misses

The focus of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation is to raise money for our community, and I’m very proud of our efforts each year. Many charitable organizations have ups and downs when it comes to fundraising, and I’ve seen a few of my own personal fundraising hits and misses over the years outside of the IBF. For your entertainment, here are just a few.

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