Indianapolis Legal Aid Society Fundraiser to Feature Big Names from Bench and Bar
The Indianapolis Legal Aid Society (ILAS) will host a continuing legal education seminar titled “Timeless Tips from the Bench and Bar” on April 23 that will feature well-known members of the bench and bar, including several IU McKinney Law alumni and professors.
In order of appearance, the speakers will be the Hon. Randall T. Shepard, who also is a visiting professor at the law school; the Hon. Terry A. Crone; the Hon. Michael P. Barnes, the Hon. Nancy H. Vaidik; the Hon. Tanya Walton Pratt; the Hon. James Kirsch, ’74; the Hon. Paul D. Mathias; the Hon. Edward W. Najam, Jr.; former IU McKinney Dean William F. Harvey; former Indiana Supreme Court Justice and IU McKinney Professor Frank Sullivan, Jr.; the Hon. Cale Bradford, ’86; the Hon. Theodore R. Boehm; Samuel R. “Chic” Born, II; the Hon. Patricia Riley, ’74; Thomas L. Davis; G. Michael Witte, ’82; and James H. Voyles, Jr., ’68.
Since 1941 the ILAS has provided free attorneys to the poor. Each year over 14,000 people make appointments. ILAS’s eight attorneys meet with 8,000 people, and appear an average of three times per day in court, making ILAS one of the busiest law firms in America.
The CLE fundraiser will be held at the Indianapolis Marriott North, and cost is $300 for six hours of CLE and one hour of ethics credit. Find a link to the agenda and registration materials on the website of ILAS board member Curtis Shirley, ’91.