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Indiana Free Legal Answers
Visit Indiana Free Legal Answers and register as a pro bono attorney to answer legal questions from low-income Hoosiers anytime, anywhere.
Hon. Cale J. Holder Scholarship 
The Hon. Cale J. Holder Scholarship is awarded annually based on dedication to the administration of law, financial need, desire to be a practicing trial lawyer, capacity for leadership, and academic achievement. Online applications for the $4,000 scholarship are due June 15, 2019.
We the People Elementary Showcase
On May 17, nearly 150 fifth graders participated in the We the People Elementary State Showcase. Students from Dyer, Nashville, St. John, Schererville, and Tell City traveled to Indianapolis to showcase their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution in front of panels of judges. Learn more about the We the People program here.
Pro Bono, Civics, Fellows Award Nominations Due July 1st
Do you know a colleague, firm, or bar association that doesn't seek the limelight but deserves recognition? Nominations for the Foundation's pro bono, civic education, and Fellows awards are due July 1. Award criteria can be found here. If you're a Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation, you may nominate a colleague to join the Fellows program using this form. All other award nominations can be completed here.
National Civics Competition Results
Team Indiana testifying on Capitol Hill at the We the People National Finals
Hoosier students represented Indiana well over the past month at various national civic education competitions. First, Team Indiana from Hamilton Southeastern High School placed seventh out of 56 teams at the We the People National Finals, and Indiana's wildcard team from Fishers High School took eighth place. 

The next weekend, Fishers Junior High School finished second place at the We the People National Invitational.

At the National High School Mock Trial Championship, Team Indiana from Trinity School at Greenlawn placed eleventh out of 46 teams. Congratulations to all!
Help Students Succeed!
What do students learn in High School Mock Trial? Natalie  Teyema learned she "has a voice" and "can fight for herself and for others."

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