It’s been 25 years since former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was convicted of rape in an Indianapolis court, but the legal professionals who were involved in the case can still recall it well.
Hope, positivity, understanding. Those are just three of many feelings that Aaron Likens, author, public speaker and autism ambassador, hopes to impart as he strives to increase awareness and comprehension of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a plenary speaker at this year’s Bench Bar Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
Lindsay Faulkenberg, a veteran attorney at Kids’ Voice of Indiana, devotes approximately five hours a week to pro bono work. Her formula for a fulfilling pro bono experience is relatively simple: you have to “be willing.”
The IndyBar Legislative Committee, co-chaired this year by Lawren Mills of Ice Miller LLP and Mindy Westrick of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, provides weekly Bill Watch reports throughout the session, which highlight progress and recent actions taken on bills being monitored by the association.
While the plethora of coverages under insurance that protects businesses can be confusing, you owe it to yourself and your company or public entity to consider all of your insurance when an employment claim arises, including policies not specifically designed for employment claims. Your premiums may have bought you more protection than you realize.
Black history is the present. It’s all around us in ways most can’t see, but can feel. It’s in the stride of every African-American attorney standing on the shoulders of Indiana’s great legal giants. Few giants stood as tall as lawyer and leader in the fight for civil rights in Indiana, as Henry Johnson Richardson, Jr., (1902-1983).
This year, both the Indianapolis Bar Foundation and the IndyBar will embark on a capital campaign to raise $500,000 for a new home. While the campaign will honor the Foundation’s 50-year history, its aim is to pay for new space to better serve our members’ needs.