Indiana

340 ABA Journal Indiana articles.

Stanford Law Prof Decides Against Congressional Bid

In just one week’s time, Stanford University law professor Lawrence Lessig has gone from a possible congressional candidate to a law professor with a mission to reform pork-barrel spending and…

Lawyer-Sleuth May Solve 100-Year-Old Forensic Murder Mystery

Thanks to an Indiana attorney who decided to go back to school to study forensic anthropology, a 100-year-old murder mystery may be on the brink of resolution.

With the help…

Indianapolis Court Targets No-Show Jurors

Seventeen no-show jurors in Indianapolis are getting a surprise from the Marion County Superior Court: warrants for their arrest.

Judge Mark Stoner has been coordinating a crackdown on no-show jurors,…

Electing to Litigate

As primaries begin, voters, state officials and lawyers brace for more and more lawsuits

$25M Gift to Indiana U’s Law School

A $25 million gift for legal education has been made to the Indiana University School of Law at Bloomington by the Lilly Endowment. It is reportedly the largest gift the…

Barred Death Penalty Doc Works on U.S. Execution Team

A physician barred from participating in lethal injections in Missouri is on the federal government’s execution team in Indiana.

Details in court documents filed in a death penalty appeal make…

Student Accused of Shooting Law Book Released

The Indiana law student accused of firing an assault rifle at one of his law books has been released from jail.

Jesse Sneed of Indiana University Law School posted bail…

Indy Firm Gets Stadium Naming Rights

The law firm that helped bring the Colts to Indianapolis has struck a naming rights deal to become one of the founding sponsors of the team’s new stadium.

Baker &…

Indy Judges Crack Down on Jury Scofflaws

After judges in Indiana threatened tougher actions against perspective jurors who try to dodge jury duty, the Indianapolis area saw a surge in juror participation.

Facing possible contempt of court—and…

Wrong Numbers Ring Up Profits for Facebook, Suit Claims

An Indiana woman claims in a lawsuit that Facebook is profiting when its members mistakenly send text messages to incorrect cell phone numbers.

Lindsey Abrams of Patriot, Ind., says she…

Casebook Caper (Don’t Try This at Home ... )

Apparently fed up with real estate finance, an Indiana law student has been arrested for allegedly shooting his casebook.

Jesse Sneed, 27, a third-year student at Indiana University School of…

Cert Accepted in Voter ID Case

Updated: The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether voter ID laws are constitutional.

The court will consider an Indiana law that requires voters to show photo identification before…

Suitors Seek Minority-Firm Alliance

Minority-owned Indianapolis firm Coleman Stevenson heard from some big law firms seeking an alliance to please corporate clients concerned about diversity.

Seven-lawyer Coleman Stevenson chose Indianapolis firm Bingham McHale, for…

The Big Bopper

This Terre Haute Lawyer Is Exploding the Canons of Judicial Campaign Ethics




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