One Indianapolis lawyer has been suspended from practicing law in Indiana following a criminal conviction while another Indianapolis lawyer has been suspended due to a disability.
Web Exclusive: In-house lawyer launches self-publishing company after bootlegger steals novel
Indianapolis attorney Emily Storm-Smith recently added a new element to her writing endeavors: self-publisher, launching her own indie publishing business called Storm Haus Publishing. The move came quickly after one of Storm-Smith’s novels was stolen and almost sold under a false title and cover.Read More
Automation, artificial intelligence touted as helping, not replacing, lawyers
Attorneys are embracing technology to be more efficient and responsive to client needs. However, for all the advancements being introduced into the legal profession, particularly in the areas of automation and artificial intelligence, workloads are not getting lighter and jobs are not being eliminated.Read More
Web Exclusive: Summer allows Hoosier lawyers, judges to enjoy outdoor activities away from the office
Legal professionals are known for working hard and clocking long hours, but sometimes they need a break, too. Three Indiana legal professionals have found their niche outlets, each unique in its own way. But they all have one thing in common — their hobbies keep them outside.Read More
Moving on: Law firms follow through with office renovations despite new hybrid schedules
As employees trickle back into offices that have stood nearly skeletal for more than a year, many are left to wonder what work will look like in a post-pandemic society. Meanwhile, several Indiana law firms have followed through with plans to transition into new buildings — plans already set in motion before COVID-19 was a common term.Read More
Two northern Indiana lawyers have been indefinitely suspended from practicing law in Indiana.
Months after its entry into the Indiana market, Dinsmore & Shohl has grown its Indianapolis office by 15% in recent weeks with the addition of six attorneys.
The Legal Services Corporation could get an additional $135 million in its pockets, the largest single increase in the legal aid organization’s history, following an approval of funding legislation by the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana is allowing Indiana University’s requirement that students must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to additional requirements in order to return to classes in the fall, finding the 14th Amendment permits the school “to pursue a reasonable and due process of vaccination in the legitimate interest of public health.”
There are less than two days left to submit your nominations for Indiana Lawyer’s 2021 Leadership in Law Awards. All nominations must be submitted by Friday.
There is less than a week left to submit nominations for Indiana Lawyer’s 2021 Leadership in Law awards. All nominations must be submitted by Friday.
There’s still time to submit nominations for Indiana Lawyer’s 2021 Leadership in Law Awards. The nominations deadline has been extended to July 16.
Lawyers interested in receiving training on modest means and pro bono representation of domestic violence victims will be offered a virtual training session hosted by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana in August.
Adrienne Meiring, counsel for the Indiana Supreme Court’s Judicial Nominating/Qualifications Commission, has been named the executive director of the Disciplinary Commission. Her transition will begin immediately and a Supreme Court order will name her to the position.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is on the brink of success in her yearslong campaign to get sexual assault cases removed from the military chain of command. But getting over the finish line may depend on whether she can overcome wariness about broader changes she’s seeking to the military justice system.
A former Rose-Hulman student who sued the school after he was suspended and whose attorney was warned for criticizing a magistrate judge did not succeed in getting summary judgment turned around in his favor. The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals also handed down an additional warning to the lawyer.
Indianapolis attorney D. Bryce Zoeller, a senior partner at Kightlinger & Gray LLP, is gearing up to get back on his bike for a good cause.
After proposing her idea for an attorney-based pregnancy loss support group with the Indianapolis Bar Association, attorney DawnMarie White was given an emphatic “yes” to put it together.
This year’s IndyBar Bench Bar Conference promises to be one of both legal education and an opportunity for fun and networking. The culminating event to close Bench Bar will be “A Celebration Of The Juneteenth Holiday: The Spirit Of Our Journey.”
Let’s examine the differences between working in-house and as an associate/partner in a law firm.