In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

SEPT. 1-14, 2021

Change is coming to the Indiana Court of Appeals. In our Sept. 1 issue, IL managing editor Jordan Morey chats with retiring COA Judge James Kirsch and introduces us to Kirsch's successor, Derek Molter. Meanwhile, IL senior reporter Marilyn Odendahl and reporter Katie Stancombe get the inside scoop on two southern Indiana energy projects that are rattling local residents. And in this issue's Web Exclusive, Stancombe takes us inside a recent celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. All that and more inside the Sept. 1 issue of The Indiana Lawyer.

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Kirsch preparing for COA retirement

Indiana Court of Appeals Judge James Kirsch will soon have to put all of his accolades into boxes, as Kirsch is preparing to vacate his position on the appellate bench — a role he’s held for more than 25 years.

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Prosecutor hesitant but other agencies see benefit in relocating to new Marion County Community Justice Campus

Detailed plans that carefully choreograph the movement of each box and piece of furniture are being set into motion as the Marion County courts and jails begin the process of relocating from downtown Indianapolis to the new Community Justice Campus on the east side of the city. The move-in dates are now just months away for the $567 million justice campus campus that broke ground in 2018.

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Greener pastures?

Spencer County has been selected to build the first direct coal-hydrogenation refinery in the U.S., and a request has been submitted in Posey County to build a natural gas pipeline under the Ohio River into Evansville. Despite promises of cleaner energy and increased commerce, both projects are being met with opposition from environmental organizations and county residents.

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