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Purpose

The Ethics and Professionalism Committee meets regularly and at the request of the Supreme Court to give a judicial perspective on ethical and professionalism issues. In addition, this committee makes recommendations for education programs on ethics and professionalism topics.

Articles

  • Best Practices: Dealing with Inappropriate Written Materials
  • Best Practices: What to do with the Unprepared Attorney
  • Best Practices in Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants
  • Best Practices with "Rambo" Attorneys
  • Best Practices: Social Media

    Members

    Mag. Larry E. Bradley
    Marion Superior Court
    Indianapolis

    Hon. Jane Spencer Craney
    Morgan Superior Court #3
    Martinsville

    Hon. Richard D. Culver
    Hancock Circuit Court
    Greenfield

    Hon. Brent Dickson, Liaison
    Indiana Supreme Court
    Indianapolis

    Hon. Timothy W. Oakes
    Marion Superior Court-Civil 13
    Indianapolis

    Hon. Daniel J. Pfleging
    Hamilton Superior Court #2
    Noblesville

    Hon. John D. Potter
    Jasper Circuit Court
    Rensselaer

    Hon. Michael A. Robbins
    Lawrence Superior Court #1
    Bedford

    Hon. Leslie C. Shively
    Vanderburgh Superior Court
    Evansville

    Hon. Gary L. Smith
    Jennings Superior Court
    Vernon

    Hon. Terry K. Snow
    Hancock Superior Court #1
    Greenfield

    Hon. Kevin P. Wallace
    DeKalb Superior Court
    Auburn

    Hon. Heather A. Welch, Chair
    Marion Superior Court-Civil 12
    Indianapolis

    Advisor

    Adrienne L. Meiring
    Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications
    Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission

    Staff Contact

    Diane Mains, Staff Attorney
    Indiana Judicial Center
    30 S. Meridian, St., Ste. 900
    Indianapolis, IN 46204
    diane.mains@courts.in.gov

    Meeting Minutes