Court Historical Society Announces Fall 2021 CLE Programs
INDIANAPOLIS (September 16, 2021) – From reflections on a landmark housing discrimination case, to a roundtable discussion featuring former U.S. Attorneys, to the life and times of 19th century judges, the 14th Annual Court History and Continuing Legal Education Symposium promises to be one of the most interesting yet!
Three separate one-hour sessions will be held in October, November, and December. Registrations are currently being accepted for virtual participation; in-person availability will be opened to registered participants at a later date by invitation, depending on the need for social distancing. The CLE programs have been organized by the Historical Society of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana and are sponsored by the Court. The line-up is as follows:
October 29, 2021 – 2pm ET
Jessie Woodbridge v. Evansville Housing Authority: A Landmark Public Housing Discrimination Case
November 19, 2021 – 2pm ET
Annual Roundtable: Federal Criminal Prosecutions & the Role of the U.S. Attorney
December 9, 2021 – 2pm ET
The Life and Times of 19th Century Federal Judges Jesse Lynch Holman & David McDonald
Complete details on each program are available on the Court's website. CLE Credit is pending approval for each session. Registration is required for each event, and space is limited. Links to join each event will only be shared with those who have registered. RSVP requests can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the Historical Society of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana receive complimentary registration. For non-members wishing to attend, the registration fee is $50 for attorneys and includes access to all three CLEs and a one-year membership to the Court's Historical Society. Teachers and government employees may attend any program at no cost, and discounted memberships are available to students and the public. Full membership information and fee details can be found here.