Upcoming Events


Thursday, January 19, Noon - Old Courthouse - Randall T. Shepard Courtroom
Friday, February 3, Noon - Nuts & Bolts of E-filing in Indiana (with Doxpop) 1.50 CLE; Friday, February 10, Noon - E-filing Training with the State Court Administration (1 CLE); and the Dialogue Between the Bench and Bar will have a section on E-filing on Tuesday, March 14. Click on title above for more information.
Wednesday, March 1, 12:00 PM - EBA Office
Tuesday, March 14, 8:30 PM - Evansville Country Club

Legal News from Indiana Lawyer


As the first African-American to serve on the Indiana Court of Appeals and just the second on the Indiana Supreme Court, retiring Justice Robert Rucker said he doesn’t think of himself as a trailblazer, but he said it’s important the state’s high court look like the population of the state.
An Indiana lawmaker says disturbing newscasts of chaotic and sometimes violent protests across the U.S. helped lead him to propose a bill that would direct police to use "any means necessary" to breakup mass gatherings that block traffic.
Navient Corp. has been sued by a U.S. regulator over allegations that the student loan giant “systematically” cheated borrowers.
Anthem Inc. on Thursday said it was extending the termination date for its pending $54 billion merger with Cigna Corp.—a deal that is expected to be blocked by a federal judge, according to a new media report.