In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

MARCH 7-20, 2018

Jail chemical addiction programs such as one in Boone County show promise in fighting the opioid epidemic, but few are offered statewide. An ACLU report finds alarming rights abuses by law enforcement and judges in debt collection cases in Indiana and elsewhere. For the second straight year, a bill prohibiting homeowner association bans on solar panels stalled in the Indiana General Assembly.

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ABA approves ‘privacy law specialist’ designation

With the near-constant turnover in popular technologies and ever-changing security practices, privacy law is one of the hottest and most fluid practice areas in today’s legal market. Attorneys who can keep up with the shifting nature of privacy law will soon be able to market themselves as experts in their field, now that the American Bar Association has approved a privacy law specialist designation.

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JLAP: For the love of therapy dogs

Reggie Wayne comes to work at Plews Shadley Racher & Braun nearly every day. While he neither prepares dispositive motions nor closes deals, he provides a great benefit to the firm. Reggie is a certified therapy dog.

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IndyBar: $50,000 for the 50th: Applications Now Accepted for Impact Fund Grant

For 50 years, the Indianapolis Bar Foundation (IBF) has worked to ensure equal access to justice for all Indianapolis-area residents. In recognition of this milestone, the foundation will increase its annual Impact Fund Grant to $50,000 in order to fund a project or program that facilitates this mission and reflects the foundation’s goals.

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