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The Office of Environmental Adjudication serves Indiana’s citizens and environment as the ultimate authority to provide independent, fair and efficient resolution of disputes to decisions made by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management via administrative adjudication when necessary, and via mediated case resolution when appropriate.
ADVISEMENT: OEA Staff cannot provide legal advice to any parties. Legal advice could be described, but is not limited to: offering interpretation of rules; recommending a course of action; predicting an ELJ's decision and interpreting the meaning or effect of any court order or judgment.
**Attorneys not admitted to the Indiana bar, seeking to appear in an administrative proceeding, must comply with the requirements of Rules of Admission to the Bar and the Discipline of Attorneys, Rule 3, Section 2, effective January 1, 2012. This rule requires that the attorney seeking admission petition the Supreme Court of Indiana for temporary admission. The rule specifies the information the petition must contain.