In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

MARCH 29-APRIL 11, 2023

In this week's issue, Indiana Lawyer senior reporter Tyler Fenwick takes us inside the case that freed a man from prison after 25 years. Meanwhile, reporter Alexa Shrake shines a spotlight on Women's History Month and historical firsts by Hoosier women in law, and how legal trailblazers broke through the metaphorical glass ceiling. And with law firms looking to protect their clients' intellectual property and data, Managing Editor Daniel Carson digs into what steps Indiana firms are taking to make sure their attorney/client communications and information stay secure and protected. Read these stories and more in the March 29-April 11 issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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IndyBar: Are Your Investing in Your Paralegal?

By Julie Armstrong Paralegals are vital to the success of law firms across the legal profession. Ask any seasoned lawyer or law firm administrator and they will tell you the most successful practices are anchored by an exceptional team. I’m challenging our Indy legal community to invest in these key players more actively. Are you […]

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IndyBar: Nominate a Paralegal Today

Do you know an outstanding paralegal who should be recognized for their contribution to the legal community? Nominate someone who stands out in the paralegal profession and deserves special recognition for the IndyBar’s 2023 Paralegal of the Year Award.

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