In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

FEB. 2-15, 2022

After years of work, the Indiana Supreme Court has achieved its goal of launching the Odyssey Case Management System in all 92 Indiana counties — IL managing editor Jordan Morey has that story. Also, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl brings us news of an Indiana Legal Services program aimed at helping immigration clients. And in the Litigation Support/Technology Focus section, IL reporter Katie Stancombe tells us about a pilot program designed to streamline the submission of digital evidence. All that and more in the Feb. 2, 2022, issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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Plenty of help-wanted signs as lawyer jobs go unfilled

The January edition of the Lake County Bar Association’s monthly newsletter, The Minute Sheet, showed just how fierce the ongoing war for talent has gotten in the legal profession — 21 help wanted ads had been posted primarily by northwest Indiana law firms looking for attorneys. The extensive classified section in the newsletter reflects the need for more attorneys that law firms around the state and across the country say they have because of an increased workload.

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Trimble: Some suggestions to plot your pathway for 2022 and beyond

In recent years I have published some New Year’s resolutions in my first column of the year, and many of you have contacted me to share feedback about my suggestions. In light of the positive responses, I am going to do the same this year. However, instead of calling them “resolutions,” let’s call them “aspirational goals.”

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