Mark your calendar now for upcoming We the People and High School Mock Trial volunteer opportunities. All known dates and locations can be found here. Contact your local coordinator or Collin Gruver, 317-608-6503, for more information.
Help with Pro Bono Reporting
Need information to complete your attorney registration? The Bar Foundation sends letters to its donors of $100 or more to help report donations from the prior calendar year. Watch your mail in July for a letter with your total gifts in 2017. Donate now to get ahead of your reporting in 2019, and find the FAQ on pro bono reporting here.
Your Role in the Mission
With pride, we share with you the
2017 annual report to reflect the accomplishments you helped produce. The children educated. The Hoosiers served with legal aid. The attorneys and judges who reflect the ideals of this profession, and the private citizens who embrace this mission.
Judge Avery Honored
On June 8, Hon. David Avery, Allen County Superior Court, received the Pro Bono Award for Passion and Excellence from the Volunteer Lawyer Program of Northeast Indiana (VLP). Judge Avery is the former chair of the Indiana Pro Bono Commission and on the board of the VLP. The event, held in Fort Wayne, recognized Judge Avery's consistent and dedicated commitment to pro bono services in Indiana.
July 12 Larry Landis Celebration
For 40 years, Larry Landis, Executive Director of the Public Defender Council, has devoted himself to the improvement of the quality of representation to those charged with crimes. Larry has invested much time and knowledge into developing a program that teaches IU McKinney students trial advocacy in the courtroom in both criminal and civil cases.
On July 12, the current Trial Advocacy adjuncts, with the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society, invite you to a reception and dinner to celebrate Larry's contributions to the legal profession.
Please join this celebration!
"This Program Changed My Life."
You make it possible to serve young people in High School Mock Trial, We the People, and other programs with once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Renew your support for the rule of law with an unrestricted donation of $1,000 or more to ensure Hoosier youth learn how to engage civilly and factually. Find more about the Keystone Society and what your donation will do here and what your donation will do.