In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JUNE 4-17, 2014

Milwaukee-based Quarles & Brady is the latest large law firm to expand its footprint to central Indiana. It’s a testament to what these firms have seen in the Indianapolis legal market – promise enough to set up shop not through merger or acquisition, but by expanding with the launch of a branded office. And then expanding some more. Hoosiers are playing an integral role in the military commissions happening at Guantanamo Bay involving the alleged mastermind behind the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole. The sudden resignation of Indiana Tech Law School Dean Peter Alexander shocked the school's backers, but school officials say the direction of the school won't change.

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Indiana Tech dean’s exit shocks backers

Indiana Tech Law School Dean Peter Alexander’s surprising resignation May 21 as dean has many in the Fort Wayne legal community questioning what happened. But attorneys said they will maintain the relationships with the school that were fostered by the former leader.

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Longtime private practitioner Steve Langer leads ITLA

Valparaiso attorney Steven Langer brings to bear more than 30 years of experience as the new president of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. He answers a few questions from Indiana Lawyer about the organization, the practice of law, and his family. And he had a pet black bear in his youth.

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