In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JUNE 1-14, 2016

The 20 graduates who walked across the commencement stage May 14 and received their J.D. degrees were part of a historic day for Indiana Tech Law School as they were the first to graduate from the state’s fifth law school. But faculty and graduates acknowledged that the graduation, while a significant milestone, is not the end of their work. Darryl Pinkin's freedom has been a long, emotional battle for one IU professor and former and current students. With Prince's intestate death, estate lawyers see the need to educate people on creating a will.

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Glenn: Estate planning for Florida snowbirds

Indiana attorneys are well-advised to have Florida counsel engaged in the planning of any strategies involving their snowbird clients’ Florida interests, and certainly in the preparation of any Florida estate planning documents.

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Supreme Court disbars South Bend lawyer

The Indiana Supreme Court issued a disbarment decision Wednesday finding Elton Johnson committed attorney misconduct in a number of ways. The per curiam decision lists incompetent representation, converting client funds and failing to cooperate with the disciplinary process as reasons for Johnson’s disbarment.

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