In September, Indiana Landmarks — the largest private statewide historic preservation organization in the U.S. — presented Randall T. Shepard with the 2023 Williamson Prize for Outstanding Preservation Leadership.
25 years of ICLEO: Fellows celebrate quarter-century of growing diversity in Hoosier law
On Sept. 29, dozens of Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity fellows from the last quarter-century met in Indianapolis to celebrate 25 years of the program.Read More
Good bones, new life: Elkhart attorney honored for restoring, preserving historic Indiana structures
Tim Shelly, a partner at Warrick & Boyn LLP, has been characterized as a leader in Indiana historic preservation circles for years due to his devotion to revitalizing his local and state communities.Read More
Calling it a career: Lawyer ethics director Witte retiring
After 39 years, G. Michael Witte, executive director of the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, is calling it a career — sort of.Read More
Web Exclusive: Lawyers, judges offer tips on how to get the most out of judicial clerkship
At a time when judges are interviewing and hiring to fill upcoming judicial clerkship positions, some former and current law clerks are reflecting on their own experiences and offering suggestions to newcomers on how to prepare.Read More
No error in granting receiver’s turnover motion after deposits in out-of-state bank account, COA affirms
A trial court did not err in issuing a turnover order to obtain assets in a case involving millions of dollars in promissory notes, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled in affirming a lower court’s decision.
A company and its owner are not entitled to summary judgment because there is an issue of material fact as to whether an operational default occurred in its memorandum of understanding with an automotive group, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
Former Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard has found himself walking up to more stages recently, posing briefly for a photo with his most recent award before stepping to a microphone, pulling notes from his pocket and starting in on a speech.
Odor of marijuana, though similar to legal cannabis, is enough for reasonable suspicion, COA affirms
Even though legal forms of cannabis can smell the same as illegal marijuana, that doesn’t mean officers can’t use the odor to establish reasonable suspicion of criminal activity, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed.
Indiana Lawyer announces 2023 Leadership in Law honorees; Shepard receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Retired Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard has been named the 2023 recipient of Indiana Lawyer’s Lifetime Achievement Award, leading this year’s group of 36 Leadership in Law honorees.
A story of a teen girl sentenced to death garnered international headlines and, after extensive interviews and research, is now being told through a new book, “Seventy Times Seven.”
A student loan recipient sued for breach of contract has failed in her efforts to overturn summary judgment for the loan holder at the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
With the assistance of a group of Indianapolis law students, a man convicted of felony battery can continue to pursue expungement after the Court of Appeals of Indiana reversed the denial of his expungement petition.
A Bloomington landowner that had to build a smaller warehouse than anticipated due to longstanding utility regulations failed to prove that Duke Energy engaged in a taking of its property by enforcing the regulations, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
IBJ Media has named its inaugural Indiana 250, a list of the state’s most influential and impactful business and community leaders, representing public and private companies, law firms, universities, not-for-profits, government and community organizations.
“Disappointed,” “stunned” and “saddened” were just a few of the words former and current Indiana appellate justices and judges used to describe how they felt about the recent leak in the nation’s highest court.
Indiana University Maurer School of Law student Kat Bingaman shares her experiences with the ICLEO program.
A pattern jury instruction on motive used in a murder case adequately equipped the jury to perform its role in convicting a man who tried to decapitate a woman he killed, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has split on an internet-related issue in a case involving harmful content for minors after an ex-band director was handed a felony charge for text messages he sent to a former student.
A Greenwood man will not obtain an accounting of his mother’s finances, as the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed it is in the best interest of the woman that those details stay between her and the daughter she named as her guardian.
Members of the Indiana Court of Appeals haven’t changed their minds in a case involving a firmed Anthem executive’s failed appeal of a jury verdict for the insurance company, granting a rehearing only to clarify its ruling to his raised contentions.
A jury verdict against a fired Anthem, Inc. executive will stand after the Indiana Court of Appeals declined to overturn the denial of the former insurance exec’s requests for a new trial.