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Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Ind. Courts - Listen to Chief Justice Dickson on the Amos Brown Show

You can listen here to the Chief Justice's appearance yesterday on the Amos Brown radio show:

[I]t was a rare opportunity to sit down live with Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Dickson in a wide ranging Afternoons with Amos interview about our justice system. Chief Justice Dickson has spoken out strongly on the need for Indiana’s attorneys to do more pro bono work. That’s legal work, on civil cases, done without charge. In the interview the Chief Justice talked with Amos and listeners about how the pro bono system works in Indiana. The Chief Justice explained the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction in the regulation of attorneys and their rights and responsibilities. The Chief Justice talked about the pressures attorneys and judges have with the advent of social media like blogs, Facebook and Twitter. The Chief Justice stressed that attorneys still have to adhere to their oath and their professional standards and responsibilities, even on social media.
Note from ILB: This audio comes in fine on my desktop, but was very faint on my iPad.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 8, 2013 07:59 AM
Posted to Indiana Courts