Educating Tomorrow's Leaders | Expanding Civil Justice | Supporting the Profession
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CCA Conference Registration Open
The Coalition's first virtual CLE conference will be held Friday, October 30 from 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. eastern via Zoom. Attendees will receive four CLE credits for $25. Find more details here, and register here.
Indiana Free Legal Answers
Indiana Free Legal Answers has served over 1,800 low-income Hoosiers this year, but there is more work to be done. As a registered volunteer attorney, you can spend as much as or as little time as you want answering questions and reporting your pro bono hours while doing so. Learn more here.
2020 Legendary Lawyer: Douglas D. Church
Join us in honoring Douglas Church, the 2020 Legendary Lawyer, for his legal career spanning 50 years. The virtual ceremony will be held Thursday, October 15 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. eastern via Zoom. The event is free to attend, but registration is required here. To make a donation in honor of Mr. Church, click here. Be sure to note Doug Church in the comment box.
Support Civic Education from Your Home or Office
The Foundation will host virtual We the People competitions for more than 800 Indiana students this year. Regional competitions will take place November 4, 6, 7, 11 and 13, and the state competitions will be December 7-10.

We are seeking volunteers for two roles: judge and facilitator. Training will be provided for both. You may register as a judge or facilitator using the respective links. Visit our website for more information about the competition.
Online Mock Trial Announcement
To protect the safety and health of students, teachers, and volunteers, the Foundation has made the difficult, but necessary, decision to move the 2020-2021 High School Mock Trial competitions online. See the full statement here.
U.S. Senate Youth Program
The Foundation is accepting applications for the United States Senate Youth Program that is funded by the Hearst Foundation. Two Indiana high school students will be selected for a $10,000 college scholarship each and will attend Washington Week, which will be held online in March. Those interested can apply here by November 15. 
Keystone Society
Consider how you can help Indiana's civic education and civil legal aid programs through the Keystone Society, the Foundation's highest level of donor recognition for those who contribute $1,000 or more annually. Contact Kim Berry, Director of Development, at 317-269-7864 or kberry@inbf.org for more information.