In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JAN. 19-FEB. 1, 2022

In this issue of Indiana Lawyer, we've got coverage of the 2022 State of the Judiciary address, the Indiana chief justice's annual report to the Legislature on the conditions of Indiana's courts. IL reporter Katie Stancombe has that story. Also in this issue, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl examines why more Hoosier lawyers aren't running for the Indiana General Assembly. And in a new Focus section all about law firm combinations, Marilyn examines Project Golden Spike, two years after it was launched with the opening of Dentons Bingham Greenebaum. All of that and more in the Jan. 19, 2022, issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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‘A tenacious spirit’: Chief Justice Rush commends perseverance of judiciary in unprecedented times

Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush on Jan. 12 presented her eighth State of the Judiciary address to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, state lawmakers and fellow judges, providing an update on the condition of Indiana’s courts. She returned to the Indiana House of Representatives chamber to address the General Assembly following a virtual address in 2021.

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LawHub sees rising need for lawyers to know business

Through its acquisition of the Institute for the Future of Law Practice in late 2020, the Law School Admission Council is continuing to branch out from its traditional LSAT test administration role and offer more legal skills programming at its online platform LawHub. The new curriculum coming from IFLP is touted as helping to better prepare law students and lawyers for the demands of today’s marketplace.

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