Indianapolis Bar Association


Indiana state bar.
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Primary geographic focus: Indiana
Organization type(s): Provider

Since 1878, the Indianapolis Bar Association has played a significant role in providing for the needs of Indianapolis legal professionals. Founded by former U.S. President Benjamin Harrison and other prominent local lawyers for the education and support of one another, the IndyBar continues with that same core purpose.

Located at the heart of it all, the IndyBar empowers its members to never stop learning, to make a difference in the community, to lead by example, to provide a voice for the profession and to build a network of professional and personal contacts.



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New site a landing page for civil legal aid

Marilyn Odendahl
Indiana Lawyer
January 8, 2019
Into the civil legal pro se arena, the Coalition for Court Access recently launched the website Indianalegalhelp.org.

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Study: Indiana legal aid agencies return $6.70 for every dollar invested

Indiana Lawyer
January 8, 2019
In all, the net value of the services was $96.5 million. Calculated against the $14.4 million in tax-based funding for Indiana civil legal aid organizations, the social impact return on investment was 670 percent.



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