In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

OCT. 23-NOV. 5, 2013

An early 1990s nudity case from South Bend that made it to the Supreme Court of the United States is now the subject of an off-Broadway play.The Indiana State Bar Association has approved mandatory reporting of pro bono hours. Two Indiana University Maurer School of Law professors have joined the effort to curb government surveillance of citizens.

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South Bend nudity case goes from Supreme Court to the stage

Following the completion of arguments before the Supreme Court of the United States, Indiana attorney Wayne Uhl found himself in a gaggle of reporters on the outside plaza. The 1991 case with its questions about nude dancing, pasties, G-strings and First Amendment rights had, not surprisingly, attracted national media interest.

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Hammerle on … ‘Gravity,’ ‘Captain Phillips’

Taking place on a damaged space station, Alfonso Cuaron’s “Gravity” is the most challenging space adventure focusing on the human heart since Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968). It forces you to examine the ultimate purpose of life given the fact that we are all going to die.

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IBA Frontlines

Join the IndyBar Team! The Indianapolis Bar Association and Foundation is hiring for two new staff positions. Applications for the Director of Law Practice Development and the Director of Law Student Services should be submitted by Friday, Oct. 25 to Julie Armstrong via email at [email protected] or by mail to 135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite […]

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