The deadline to register for this year's statewide civil legal aid conference is this Friday, September 27. Join us on October 4 for a variety of civil legal aid and pro bono sessions (5 CLE credits). Rep. Susan Brooks will speak at the opening breakfast plenary.
The Indiana Bar Foundation will host six We the People regional competitions in November, and we are seeking 200 volunteer judges from around the state to make them a success. Prior We the People experience is not necessary as training will be provided onsite.
The Richard M. Givan Loan Repayment Assistance Programdirects assistance in the form of a forgivable loan to law school graduates employed in non-profit organizations dedicated to serving the civil legal needs of low-income individuals and families in Indiana. The program is designed to assist attorneys who have incurred significant educational debt so they can work in civil legal aid programs for the poor.
On October 26, Cohen & Malad and Barnes & Thornburgwill host a chess tournament where 100% of the fundsraised will be donated to the We the People program.There will be an adult division and a youth division withthe top-ranked finishers advancing to a 'simul' in whichChess Grandmaster Fidel Corrales Jimenez of Bostonwill simultaneously play all players in individual games.
Help Hoosiers in need of civil legal aid. Family safety, safe housing, and guardianships are the top civil legal aid needs.
Donating $100 monthlyhelps emerging needs. Your monthly donation of any amount helps, but $100 a month recognizes you in Keystone Society ads. While recognition may not be important to you, it will inspire others.