In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JULY 20-AUG. 2, 2022

Looking for some feel-good news for your summer? Check out our lead story, which highlights the work of an Elkhart lawyer with a passion for historic preservation. Inside the paper, we bring you the story of a recent merger that came as a surprise to many — including the lawyers leading the firms. And in the Family Law Focus, you can learn about a parent-driven program designed to improve the Department of Child Services. Read those stories and more in the July 20-Aug. 2, 2022, issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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Trimble: The pros and cons of remote work for lawyers after COVID

At the end of this month, I will be speaking on the topic of “A Virtual Quagmire: Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Remote Work in a Post-COVID World” at the annual meeting of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel. My research and investigation into that topic prompted me to share some of what I have learned in this column.

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IndyBar: All Eyes on You!

With more than 4,500 members, we have a lot of reasons to be proud of our legal community! We are excited to be spotlighting our members each day on the IndyBar Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts.

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IndyBar: Meet Us in Vegas!

It’s time to get away to Las Vegas! Head west to the beautiful Caesars Palace from Nov. 3-6 for six hours of high-quality CLE and afternoons/evenings free to enjoy all that Las Vegas has to offer.

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