In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JUNE 12-25, 2019

Notre Dame Law School Dean Nell Jessup Newton is leaving a legacy of academic rigor and sustained support, and appreciative colleagues recently gave her a spirited send-off. An Indiana abortion case recently took center stage at the United States Supreme Court as the landmark Roe v. Wade decision comes under increasing challenges nationwide. Five years after a court decision affirmed marriage equality in Indiana, some same sex couples see progress mixed with worrying signs.

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Noe Dudas: Columbus lawyer’s got game after rediscovering lost calling

Sometimes seemingly unrelated things are actually strongly connected, although we may not realize it. Skills translate more than we realize, and it is the goal of this column to explore examples of Indiana lawyers who find ways to bring value to their practice with skills gleaned from unrelated interests. Today, I’d like to tell you about Tim Vrana.

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IndyBar Launches Enhanced Lawyer Referral Service

Connecting with potential clients is a crucial first step in business development for lawyers, especially as consumers increasingly turn to the internet for their search. Now, an even better way to capture those leads is available from the Indianapolis Bar Association with the launch of a brand-new artificial intelligence-fueled lawyer referral platform.

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