The Indiana Supreme Court recently honored dozens of judges, magistrate judges and commissioners for their commitment to higher judicial education and their long-time service.
Attorney’s new book explores connection between AIDS, Ryan White, Kokomo’s deindustrialization
In her first published book, “Blood and Steel: Ryan White, the AIDS Crisis and Deindustrialization in Kokomo, Indiana,” Indianapolis attorney Ruth Reichard delves into the relationships between three major events: one of Kokomo’s largest employers, Continental Steel, filing for bankruptcy, the spread of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s, and Ryan White’s fight to attend public school after being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.Read More
Standing behind a podium with a buzzer in her hand, Indianapolis attorney Ruth Reichard realized that playing Jeopardy! from the comfort of home while shouting answers at the screen with family and friends is vastly different than playing it in real life. Reichard appeared on the beloved answer-and-question show on Aug. 12.
The Domestic Relations Committee of the Indiana Judicial Conference is seeking feedback on proposed changes to Indiana’s Parenting Time Guidelines, including new guidelines on the concept of “shared parenting.”
The Indiana Supreme Court’s Innovation Initiative is expanding, with the court creating a third working group to address issues surrounding civil litigation.
The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking public comment on several proposed amendments to the Indiana Rules of Court.