1 KEEP CALM AND LAWYER ON Includes CLE, Meals & Receptions Networking 3 Pre-conference camps (with 15 sessions to choose from) 35 CLE sessions Expanded staff track Top national speakers INDIANA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION SOLO & SMALL FIRM CONFERENCE FRENCH LICK RESORT JUNE 4-6, 2015 *Early Bird ISBA Member Rate
3 SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS Thursday Morning & Afternoon 3 Pre-Conference Boot/Tech Camp 3 Pre-Conference Advanced Family Law Camp 3 Pre-Conference My First Camp 3 Golf at the Donald Ross Course Thursday Evening 3 Welcome Reception 3 Dutch Treat tables at 3 local restaurants 3 Orientation for first-timers 3 Law Student Buddy Meeting 3 Yoga class Friday Morning & Afternoon 3 5K Run/Walk for Cancer Awareness 3 NEW The Wellness Spot (free health screenings available) 3 Keynote: Stuart Teicher, East Brunswick, New Jersey 3 Breakout Sessions Friday Morning & Afternoon (continued) 3 Staff Track (newly expanded to 1 ½ days) 3 Lunchtime speaker: Hon. Tanya Walton Pratt, Indianapolis 3 Guest Programming (see pg. 9) 3 Exhibitor booths open Friday Evening 3 Chair s Reception 3 Dinner speaker: Mario Ventrelli, Chicago, Illinois 3 Networking opportunities galore! (to include painting, go-karting, belly dancing, karaoke & cornhole) Saturday 3 Yoga class 3 Sunrise CLE 3 Wellness Plenary 3 Breakout Sessions 3 Closing Luncheon AREA ACTIVITIES Historical Tour of West Baden Spa at French Lick & West Baden Stables at French Lick KidsFest Activity Center at French Lick Resort x7274 French Lick Winery Holiday World - Santa Claus, IN Big Splash Adventure Indoor Water Park French Lick Zip Lines Lark Valley Zip Lines French Lick Indoor Karting
4 SPEAKERS Hon. Tanya Walton Pratt, Indianapolis, was appointed judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana on June 15, Judge Pratt is the first African-American federal judge in Indiana history. She fills the vacancy created by the elevation of Judge David F. Hamilton to the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. From 2008 until her appointment to the bench of the District Court, Judge Pratt served as a judge in the Marion Superior Court, Probate Division. She was elected Marion County Superior Court Judge in November 1996, and she served as Presiding Judge of the Superior Court, Criminal Division, from 1997 to She also served as Master Commissioner for the Marion County Superior Court from 1993 to Prior to her election as a Marion Superior Court Judge, she was active in private practice as a partner with the law firm of Walton & Pratt, focusing primarily on family law, bankruptcy, and probate law. She also served as a contract county public defender during her years of private practice. Stuart I. Teicher, Esq., East Brunswick, N.J., is a professional legal educator who focuses on ethics law and writing instruction. A practicing attorney for over two decades, Teicher s career is now dedicated to helping fellow attorneys survive the practice of law and thrive in the profession. Teicher helps attorneys get better at what they do (and enjoy the process) through his entertaining and educational CLE performances. His expertise is in Technethics, a term Teicher coined that refers to the ethical issues in social networking and other technology. Teicher also speaks about Practical Ethics those lessons hidden in the ethics rules that enhance a lawyer s practice. Teicher is a Supreme Court appointee to the New Jersey District Ethics Committee, an adjunct professor of Law at Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey, and an adjunct professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. William M. Harrelson II, Troy, Ohio, joined Faust Harrelson Fulker McCarthy & Schlemmer in the fall of He is a lifelong resident and fourth-generation Trojan. In his practice, Harrelson represents clients in commercial litigation, non-profit formation and advising, estate planning, collections, family and employment law matters. He has represented clients in complex cases ranging from the protection of a client s anonymity on the Internet under the First Amendment to employment litigation regarding non-compete agreements over damages in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Harrelson enjoys volunteering his free time to various local non-profit boards and presenting continuing legal education and writing about legal technology and law practice management on blogs such as Lawyerist. Mario Ventrelli, Chicago, Ill., has practiced solely in the area of matrimonial law since After 15 years with the nation s largest matrimonial law firm, Ventrelli opened his own practice, Ventrelli Simon, LLC, in Ventrelli is a sought-after speaker on both the state and national level and serves on the faculty of the American Bar Association/National Institute of Trial Advocacy Family Law Trial Institute. In each year since 2011, he has been selected as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Robert Stein, Concord, N.H., is a 1971 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. His career started as a Philadelphia public defender. During a time when there were little or no advocacy trainings in the U.S., Stein was sent to the 1973 experimental, four-week National Institute for Trial Advocacy National Session. In 1975, Stein started teaching trial advocacy at the Franklin Pierce Law Center (now University of New Hampshire School of Law). Since then, Stein has served as an adjunct professor/instructor in trial advocacy at Harvard, Hofstra, Emory, Widener, Indiana and Cardozo law schools. Alan J. Klevan, Newton, Mass., is a principal of The Law Offices of Alan J. Klevan, P.C. He concentrates his practice in the fields of workers compensation law, automobile tort law, and general negligence law. In 2008, he formed Law Practice Strategies, a firm dedicated to consulting with small law firms and sole practitioners on how to use technology to build more efficient and profitable practices. In 2009, the ABA s General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division awarded him its Solo and Small Firm Trainer of the Year Award. He continues to speak nationally on topics related to existing and emerging trends in both law practice management and technology for lawyers. Peggy Gruenke, Cincinatti, Ohio, has over 30 years combined experience in the legal environment, and also as an entrepreneur/business owner and an IT consultant. She has combined her experiences to bring results and a competitive advantage to law firms. She assists solo and small firm attorneys in building their businesses by providing law practice management, legal technology, operational, financial and business development services. Gruenke started her own business, LegalBizSuccess, in LegalBizSuccess brings solo and small firm lawyers affordable and integrated law firm operations services all in one place to assist them in managing and growing their business.
5 SCHEDULE THURSDAY, JUNE 4 9:00 am 1. My First Camp: Nuts & Bolts of Custody/Child Support Jennifer Bays Beinart, Zionsville 2. Boot/Tech Camp: My First Law Office Marc W. Matheny, Indianapolis 3. Advanced Family Law Camp: Family Law Arbitration Steve P. Rothberg, Fort Wayne 10:00-10:15 am Break 10:15 am 1. My First Camp: Nuts & Bolts of DUI John L. Tompkins, Indianapolis 2. Boot/Tech Camp: Best Practices for Getting Bills Out & Money In Peggy Gruenke, Cincinnati, Ohio 3. Advanced Family Law Camp: Family Law Evidence Hon. J. Richard Campbell, Noblesville 11:00 am Donald Ross Course 11:15-11:30 am Break 11:30 am 1. My First Camp: Nuts & Bolts of Preparing for Hearings Fran Ashton, Beech Grove Heather George Myers, Greenwood 2. Boot/Tech Camp: The PAPERless Office Alan Klevan, Newton, Massachusetts 3. Advanced Family Law Camp: Military Divorce Polli Pollem, Indianapolis 12:30-1:45 pm Lunch on your own 1:45 pm 1. My First Camp: Nuts & Bolts of Bankruptcy Practice Michael J. Hebenstreit, Indianapolis 2. Boot/Tech Camp: 60 Practice Empowerment Tips Peggy Gruenke, Cincinnati, Ohio Alan Klevan, Newton, Massachusetts 3. Advanced Family Law Camp: High Conflict Custody/Visitation Cases Debra L. Dubovich, Merrillville 2:45-3:00 pm Break 3:00 pm 1. My First Camp: Nuts & Bolts of Business Formation Michael Ray Smith, Fishers 2. Boot/Tech Camp: Having the Difficult Conversation With Staff & Co-Workers Leslie Meek Cline, Indianapolis 3. Advanced Family Law Camp: Advanced Child Support Donna J. Bays, Zionsville 5:30 pm Welcome Reception 6:30-8:30 pm Enjoy dinner on your own or join your colleagues at dutch treat tables at one of three local restaurants nearby. Learn more about the restaurants on page 7 & sign up on site at the ISBA registration desk. 6:30-8:30 pm Speaker s Dinner 7:00 pm Yoga 8:30 pm Orientation - New Attendees and Law Students Patricia L. McKinnon, Indianapolis Derrick H. Wilson, New Albany 9:00 pm Meet Your Buddy - Law Students 9:00 pm Power Plant Bar FRIDAY, JUNE 5 Social Plenary 6:30 am 5K Fun Run/Walk for Cancer Awareness (Meet in front of the Business Center, 1st Floor) 7:00-8:00 am Breakfast 7:30 am - 3:45 pm The Wellness Spot New this year! Throughout the day there will be professionals providing FREE health screenings (to include blood pressure & cholesterol screenings). Attendees who participate in the free screenings will receive a complimentary chair massage. Attendees must register on site at the ISBA registration desk. FRENCH LICK SPRINGS HOTEL 8670 IN-56 French Lick, IN French Lick Springs Hotel is one of two historic hotels at French Lick Resort Named Best Historic Resort by Historic Hotels of America. Built in 1901, this premier destination is full of historic charm while offering modern-day amenities including a full-service spa, Vegas-style casino and both casual and formal dining options. Recreational activities such as championship level golf, bowling, horseback riding, biking and hiking are also available. ISBA has arranged special pricing for a block of rooms during the conference only $149/night. For reservations, call or register online by visiting: https://bookings.ihotelier. com/bookings.jsp?groupid= &hotelID=73557 The group code for the conference rate is 0615ISB. The ISBA special room rate expires May 14, Our room block usually sells out early, so book today!
6 FRIDAY, JUNE 5 (continued) 8:00 am Plenary Welcome from Conference Chair and ISBA President Patricia L. McKinnon, Indianapolis Jeff R. Hawkins, Sullivan 8:30 am Opening Plenary: The Fear Factor - How a Good Lawyer Gets Into Bad Ethical Trouble Stuart Teicher, East Brunswick, New Jersey 9:30 am Break 9:45 am 1. Litigation Skills Track: Direct Examination Robert Stein, Concord, New Hampshire 2. Tech Track: The New Wild, Wild West: Mobile Technology and You Will Harrelson, Troy, Ohio 3. Law Practice Management Track: Maintaining Your Practice During a Personal, Family or Medical Crisis Ann Marie Waldron, Indianapolis Jana K. Strain, Indianapolis Michael E. Simmons, Indianapolis Friending Your Bankruptcy Trustee Edna M. Wallace, Indianapolis 10:45 am Break 11:00 am 1. Litigation Skills Track: Controlling the Difficult Witness Robert Stein, Newton, New Hampshire 2. Substantive Law Track: Intermediate Bankruptcy Michael J. Hebenstreit, Indianapolis Hon. Robyn L. Moberly, Indianapolis 3. Law Practice Management Track: What NASCAR, Jay-Z & Jersey Shore Teach About Ethics Stuart Teicher, East Brunswick, New Jersey Legal Research 101: How to Find It, How to Say It Kathryn Myers, Terre Haute 12:00 pm Lunch 12:45 pm Plenary Tips and Best Practices for the Solo and Small Firm Practitioner Who Practices (or Wants to Practice) in Federal Court Hon. Tanya Walton Pratt, Indianapolis 1:15 pm Break 1:30 pm 1. Litigation Skills Track: Objections Hon. Nancy H. Vaidik, Indianapolis 2. Tech Track: Technology for Time Management Seth R. Wilson, Indianapolis 3. Substantive Law Track: What You Absolutely Must Know About The New Criminal Code and Its Effect on Sentencing and PCR Larry A. Landis, Indianapolis Rep. Jud McMillan, Brookville Family Law Essentials Donna J. Bays, Zionsville Jessica Beinart, Zionsville 2:30 pm Break 2:45 pm Sponsor Tracks: Blue & Co. The Impact of Buy-Sell Agreements on Business Valuation DoxPop Public Records Research Using DoxPop Ritman & Associates Law Firm Protection From Jeopardy LawPay & Ritman Protect Your Trust Account ISBAIA The Indiana Bar Private Insurance Exchange 3:15 pm Break 3:30 pm 1. Litigation Skills Track: Impeachment Jessie A. Cook, Terre Haute 2. Substantive Law Track: Common Issues in Declining Health With Elderly Clients Mary J. Hoeller, Indianapolis 3. Law Practice Management Track: What Notorious Characters Teach About Confidentiality and Privilege Stuart Teicher, East Brunswick, New Jersey Financial Ethics: Managing Trust Accounts, Office Expenses, Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable Lauren K. Jones, Evansville 4:30 pm Break 4:45 pm 1. Litigation Skills Track: Cross Examination Hon. Cynthia J. Ayres, Indianapolis 2. Tech Track: The Frugal Firm Marc W. Matheny, Indianapolis Derrick H. Wilson, New Albany 3. Law Practice Management Track: Tips from the Trenches - Dealing with Difficult Attorneys G. Michael Witte, Indianapolis Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, Bloomington Patricia L. McKinnon, Indianapolis Moderator: Ann Marie Waldron, Indianapolis Nuggets of Knowledge (Staff Wisdom) Edna M. Wallace, Indianapolis Lauren K. Jones, Evansville Karin L. Fowler, Rochester Janice Wann-Snyder, Noblesville 5:45 pm Break 6:00 pm Chair s Reception 7:00 pm Dinner 8:00 pm Plenary Liar s Court: An Education on Prevarication (Following dinner) Mario Ventrelli, Chicago, Illinois 9:00 pm Belly Dancing in the Chair s Suite No pre-registration required, but space is limited. Only those participating in the belly dancing class will be permitted due to space restrictions. Cornhole Tournament Sign up on site, no cost to participate. Individuals and teams welcome. Go Kart Racing Sign up on site. Painting Class - Pre-registration required New this year! Heard about those wine and paint classes in your community but never had the time to try? Here s your chance. Paint supplies and step-bystep instruction to create your choice of two beginner/ intermediate acrylic paint projects (one of which will be a repeat of the guest program). Space is limited. Karaoke Sign up on site.
7 SATURDAY, JUNE 6 6:30 am Yoga 7:00-8:15 am Breakfast 7:30 am Sunrise CLE: Reporting Pro Bono Hours G. Michael Witte, Indianapolis 8:00 am Sunrise CLE: The Law Regarding Service Animals Michael S. Dalrymple, Indianapolis 8:15 am Sunrise CLE: How to Use the New Guardianship Registry Erica C.R. Costello, Indianapolis 8:30 am Plenary Happy Hour: Lawyer Happiness & Its Impact on Our Profession Loretta Olesky, Indianapolis Terry L. Harrell, Indianapolis 9:30 am Break 9:45 am 1. Law Practice Management Track: Out of the Classroom & Onto the Streets: An Hours Worth of Very Practical Tips They Don t Teach You in Law School E. Victor Indiano, Indianapolis Maria Matters, Indianapolis 2. Substantive Law Track: Miller Trusts Claire E. Lewis, Indianapolis 3. Tech Track: Good Tech/Bad Tech: Is Technology Saving or Destroying the Practice of Law? Stephen M. Terrell, Indianapolis Derrick H. Wilson, New Albany Safekeeping Client Information & File Management Ethics: RPC 1.16 Steven P. Douglas, Bloomington 10:45 am Break 11:15 am 1. Law Practice Management Track: Project Courtroom - What Not to Wear, What Not to Say, What Not to Do in the Courtroom/Courthouse Hon. Melissa S. May, Indianapolis Hon. Mary Ellen Diekhoff, Bloomington Hon. David J. Cook (ret.), Indianapolis 2. Substantive Law Track: 2015 Rules Update (ADR, Appellate Rules & Admin Rule 9) Patrick K. Brown, Zionsville Crystal G. Rowe, New Albany 3. Substantive Law Track: Down on the FamilyFarm: Navigating the Unique Succession Planning Needs of Farm Families Polly J. Dobbs, Logansport Technology: Learning How to Maximize the Programs You Have Word Perfect, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Mac Deanna Finney, Indianapolis 12:15-1:15 pm Closing Lunch & Door Prizes ISBA PHOTO POLICY By registering for the ISBA Solo & Small Firm Conference, all attendees, speakers and exhibitors grant the Indiana State Bar Association absolute right and permission to copyright and/or publish images captured through video, photo or digital camera during the meeting. You agree that photos and video will be the sole property of the ISBA, and you consent to the ISBA s unrestricted use of your name, portrait, photo and video in any and all commercial, promotional, advertising and social media material without any monetary compensation. DUTCH TREAT TABLES 33 BRICK STREET RESTAURANT 480 South Maple St. French Lick, IN Full-service sports-themed restaurant and bar featuring a one-of-a-kind showcase of personal awards owned by Larry Bird. Large selection of fine wines, spirits, imports and draft beer. Families welcome. JUST OFF THE BRICK PIZZA 8639 West Main Street French Lick, IN Great family restaurant specializing in pizza, pasta and sandwiches. GERMAN CAFÉ 452 South Maple Street French Lick, IN Journey through the fine cuisines of Germany. Daily lunch and dinner specials including vegetarian dishes. Extensive German beer and wine selection. Relax and enjoy an authentic German dining experience. Guten Appetit!
8 FRIDAY, JUNE 5 CHAIR S MESSAGE If cancer was a vegetable, then I think it would be a green pepper. Because no matter what else you put on a pizza you can still taste the green pepper. I ve heard that life with cancer is like that. People will say, but look at that yummy pepperoni! Taste that cheese! That sauce smells delicious! And all you can think about is, I can only taste the green pepper. 6:30 AM 5K FUN RUN/WALK FOR CANCER AWARENESS Start your day off right by joining your colleagues for the annual 5K Fun Run/ Walk on the French Lick Springs Hotel property! While there is no charge to participate, this year s event is geared towards raising awareness and money for the American Cancer Society. No donation is too small! 7:30 AM - 3:45 PM THE WELLNESS SPOT New this year! Throughout the day there will be professionals providing FREE health screenings, including blood pressure and cholesterol screenings. Attendees who participate in the free health screening will receive a complimentary chair massage. Attendees must register in advance on site for the health screening at the ISBA registration desk. There will also be therapy dogs on site so you can personally experience the stress relief they can bring (no appointment needed). Even if you remove the green pepper, after baking, the taste still remains on the slice of pizza. It s the same for people who have cancer. Even if they ve beaten cancer, the fear is never really far away. You are considered a cancer survivor from the first day you start cancer treatment. Life, in remission, is a series of blood tests and PET scans, and doctor visits hoping, just hoping, that the green pepper is really, truly gone for good. Unfortunately, there is no such thing. There is only life BC (before cancer) and life AC (after cancer). The Planning Committee of the Small-Solo Conference decided this year to DO SOMETHING about cancer. We changed our fun 5K Run/Walk into a fundraiser for cancer. There is no charge to participate in the Run/Walk but we will be collecting donations on behalf of the American Cancer Society whether you run/walk, or sleep in. We know too many attorneys living with the reality of life with green pepper a lifetime diagnosis of cancer. Our hope is that if enough people help raise money for cancer research, then, someday, attorneys will be able to live life without green pepper on their pizza, i.e., a life lived cancer-free. Then, we can finally say, Hey cancer, never pick a fight with a lawyer! Patricia L. McKinnon, SSFC Chair
9 GUEST PROGRAM OPTIONS GOLF The guest registration fee (see page 11) includes admittance to all conference meals and receptions. For an additional fee, guests may participate in one of the programs below on Friday, June 5. Painting Class, Tour & High Tea at West Baden Springs Hotel 10:00 am $50/person Start your day off right with a painting class at the West Baden Springs Hotel at 10 am. Your paint supplies and step-by-step instructions will be provided. Immediately following the painting class, enjoy lunch on your own before reconvening for a tour of West Baden at 1 pm. You won t want to miss the chance to learn about the rich and entertaining stories of this turn-of-the-century hotel. End your afternoon by having proper tea, along with finger sandwiches, scones and petit fours. This is the perfect way to relax and savor the ambiance of the beautiful West Baden Hotel. Cooking Demo at Sinclair s Restaurant, West Baden Springs Hotel 11:00 am to Noon $77/person (A minimum of 10 people; maximum of people) Join Chef Ethan at the Sinclair s Restaurant located in the West Baden Springs Hotel for a cooking demonstration featuring the following: Bruschetta a la Pomodoro; Prosciutto-wrapped chicken (stuffed with goat cheese, artichokes and sundried tomatoes) with basmati rice pilaf and grilled asparagus; and white chocolate crème brulee. Following the demonstration, participants get to enjoy the meal prepared! Note: If you would like to add the tour and high tea at the West Baden Hotel, please contact Sherry Allan at LODGING INFORMATION Contact French Lick at to make your room reservation. Be sure to provide the group code 0615ISB in order to receive the discounted ISBA group rate of $149/night. You may also make your room reservation online by visiting: https://bookings.ihotelier.com/bookings. jsp?group ID= &hotelID=73557 The ISBA group rate is only valid at French Lick Springs Hotel. The deadline to book your room at the ISBA group rate is May 14, 2015, or until the room block is sold out, whichever occurs first. A special room rate of $ will be offered at French Lick Springs Hotel for guests requesting to stay over on Saturday, June 6. Note: you must reserve over the phone with the hotel in order to receive this rate. SPECIAL CONFERENCE DISCOUNTS French Lick Hotel Spa: Attendees will receive a 20% discount on individual spa treatments. To make your reservation with the Spa, call Note: Discounts are not valid on spa packages or products. In order to receive the discount, you will need to let them know you are with the Indiana State Bar Association. For more information, visit: frenchlick Horseback Riding: Attendees will receive a 10% discount on horseback riding at the French Lick Stables. Discover the beauty of nature as you travel the rolling hills and timber filled vast terrain on horseback. Guided rides range from 45 minutes to two hours in length. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call and let them know you are with the Indiana State Bar Association in order to receive the discount. For more information, visit: activities/outdoor/stables THE DONALD ROSS COURSE AT FRENCH LICK Indiana 56 French Lick, IN This classic course designed by iconic architect Donald Ross, underwent a $5 million restoration in collaboration with the Donald Ross Society. When the project was completed, 80 of Ross trademark bunkers with flat bottoms and deep, gnarly faces were once again in place along with expanded, square or rectangular shaped greens that severely undulate. Thirty-five of these bunkers are original to the course that Ross constructed in The course is a par 70 and plays to 7,000 yards. There is an extensive irrigation system that covers the 60 acres of course and seven foot wide cart paths. Hagen s Clubhouse Restaurant is the original clubhouse. Experience clubhouse dining with an expansive menu that includes sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, steaks and seafood. This authentic turnof-the-last-century structure includes a pro shop and a relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner with fabulous panoramic views of the golf course.
10 COMING SOON: New SSFC Mobile App View schedule by day, topic, speaker 10:15 AM 100% Access program materials 10:15 AM 100% Connect with other attendees Contact sponsors & exhibitors View French Lick Resort floor plans & area map SSFC SSFC SSFC And so much more! CLE Credit Information This year s conference offers 35 sessions which qualify for Ethics, CLE or NLS credit. Attendees may earn up to 16.5 hours, if they attend both the camps and the conference. Tickets for All Meals and Receptions All conference meals require a ticket for admission. Meal and reception tickets are given to each person and guest registering for the conference. Additional meal tickets for guests may be purchased at the conference based on availability. Presentation Materials Written conference materials will be available online for electronic download and available on the ISBA SSFC app. Before the conference, an will be sent to registrants with information needed to access materials. Registrants may also purchase a USB drive containing the materials for $15. ISBA Solo & Small Firm Conference Mission Statement To provide quality continuing legal education and networking opportunities in an enjoyable environment at an affordable price for attorneys with solo and small firm practices, to enable them to practice law at the highest level of competence, utilizing the latest technology, with the utmost civility and professionalism to the benefit of their clients. Stay tuned for Conference updates via ISBA s social media channels!
11 ISBA Solo & Small Firm Conference Registration Form Conference Registration Fees Please mark the appropriate boxes below, or register online at ISBA Members Early Bird registration on or before 5/18: $275 Regular registration, 5/19 to 5/29: $325 Late registration after 5/29: $375 Non-ISBA Member Registration on or before 5/29: $525 Late registration after 5/29: $575 Guests Guest Registration on or before 5/29: $100 Guest Name Guest Registration after 5/29: $150 Guest Name Guest Program Painting Class, Tour & Tea on or before 5/29: $50 Guest Name Guest Program Cooking Demo on or before 5/29: $77 Guest Name Staff Track $275 Thursday Camps (Advanced Family Law, Boot/Tech & My First...) You can switch sessions among camps. Full-day with conference registration: $150 Full-day without conference registration: $200 Golf Thursday, June 4 (on or before 5/29) $60 (includes box lunch) Painting Class Friday evening, June 5 Registration on or before 5/29: $15 USB Drive of Written Materials $15 TOTAL $ Check here if you are a first time attendee HELP US PLAN! Please indicate below which events and sessions you will be attending: Thursday Welcome Reception...# Friday Breakfast...# Friday Luncheon...# Friday Dinner...# Friday Reception...# Saturday Breakfast...# Saturday Luncheon...# Special Needs Request Please indicate any special needs: Diabetic Vegetarian Allergies: Are your allergies life threatening? Yes No Other: Physical Please check here if you require special accommodations and a description of your needs to PREFERRED WAY TO REGISTER: Register & pay by credit card at ALTERNATE WAY TO REGISTER: Mail in this form & check (make payable to ISBA): Indiana State Bar Association One Indiana Square, Suite 530, Indianapolis, IN Name Address City, State, Zip Phone Payment Information Check (make payable to Indiana State Bar Association) Credit Card (3-4 digit Card Verification Code & signature required) VISA MasterCard Discover Card Number Exp. Date / 3-4 digit Card Verification Code Signature A $25 service fee will be applied to cancellations received on or before 5/18/2015. No refunds for cancellations received after 5/19/2015. Indiana State Bar Association One Indiana Square, Suite 530 Indianapolis, IN Toll Free Fax Register online at or submit completed registration form to: Fax: , Attn: CLE & Events For more information, please call the ISBA at
12 SSFC SPONSORS Thank you to the following organizations for their generous support of the 2015 ISBA Solo & Small Firm Conference. The support of our sponsors helps keep conference registration fees low, so be sure to visit our sponsors at the Law Expo. PLATINUM LEVEL SILVER LEVEL ISBA Insurance Agency BRONZE LEVEL
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