In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

NOV. 9-22, 2022

This week's issue comes out the day after Election Day, so Indiana Lawyer reporter Katie Stancombe dug into a voting-related topic that gets less attention: voting while incarcerated, and after release. Her story takes a national and statewide look at how offenders, particularly those convicted of felonies, are able to cast their votes — if at all. In law school news, IL managing editor Jordan Morey sits down with the new dean of IU Maurer, Christiana Ochoa, who discusses diversity, the bar exam and the future of the Bloomington law school. And in the Immigration Focus, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl explores how changing political whims can make it particularly tough to be an immigration attorney. Read those stories and more in the Nov. 9-22, 2022, issue of Indiana Lawyer.

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New youth center nears groundbreaking

The new Youth and Family Services Center, which will replace Marion County’s current juvenile detention center on Keystone Avenue, will have fewer beds and will be safer for staff and the youth, with less blind spots and more natural light.

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