In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

DEC. 2-15, 2015

In this issue of Indiana Lawyer, we take a closer look the results of our September 2015 survey of the legal community. Indiana University Maurer School of Law professor William Henderson, who analyzed the results, found the survey reveals signs of fundamental change in the legal profession. The survey shows attorneys are encouraged to promote themselves through social media. Lawyers like their careers, but wouldn't recommend someone else go into the profession, according to the survey.

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Survey: Succession planning a top concern for organizations

Thirty-eighty percent of the respondents to the Indiana Lawyer’s 2015 Practicing Law in Indiana survey listed transition or succession planning as the greatest challenge to their organization’s viability. Only the issue of managing costs while protecting quality of service topped this concern, which 42 percent found to be the greatest challenge.

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2015 DTCI amicus report

In 2015, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana’s Amicus Committee participated in a number of interesting appeals, two of which are set for oral argument in the near future. The cases DTCI became involved in this year, as in past years, pertain to a variety of issues which are of significant interest to the defense bar.

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Trimble: Please … Tell Me Why Not?

Within the past two weeks I have had the pleasure of being a part of the 2016 planning retreats for the sections, committees and board of the Indianapolis Bar Association and the board of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation.

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