Learn why the 2010 National Conference for Lawyer Assistance Programs in Indianapolis is relevant to law students, managing attorneys, human resource departments at law firms, and others. See what issues wind turbines present for companies, farmers, and governments. Read how the Indiana Supreme Court is preparing for Justice Theodore Boehm's departure at the end of September.
Meet the in-house counsel at Indiana University who describes herself as one of the few remaining "general practioners" left. See how adult guardianship programs around the state continue to operate with little funding. Learn more about the partnership between Indiana University Maurer School of Law and India.
Read one attorney's thoughts on how the Americans with Disabilities Act has change perspectives since it was signed 20 years ago. See what national issues the Indiana attorney general is keeping an eye on. Meet the attorney who decided to forgo physical office space for a 'virtual' office.
Learn why some appellate rulings are creating confusion for attorneys and trial judges. Meet the in-house counsel who represents the creator of Garfield the cat.
Read more about the three finalists for the Indiana Supreme Court as well as watch video clips from their semi-finalists interviews.
Meet the 9 semi-finalists who want to be Indiana's next Supreme Court justice. Read how about the broad discovery order issued by a federal magistrate on social media information. Learn why the state changed how it notifies victims about changes in someone's status in the DOC system.
Meet the 90-year-old Indianapolis attorney who helped found what is now the ACLU of Indiana and Indiana Legal Services. See how Indiana's justices voted and aligned in 2009. Read why many IP attorneys were disappointed with a recent Supreme Court of the United States ruling on patents.
See how the Indiana Legal Services Migrant Farm Workers Center addresses migrant workers' legal rights. Learn what some organizations are doing to encourage attorneys to think about retirement. Read why one judge wants to see a Notre Dame Law School grad on the Indiana Supreme Court.