Please save the date for the second annual "Inside Baseball" discussion with Ken Falk. This event of the Larry Reuben Constitutional Law Forum features a conversation between Ken and community thought leaders on topics of law and public policy. Last year, Ken and Judge John Tinder analyzed nationwide civil liberty trends. This year, Ken and former Mayor Bart Peterson will discuss the timely topic of limits of executive power in our Constitutional democracy.
Please save the date:
What: Use and Abuse of Executive Power, a discussion between Ken Falk and former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson.
When: Tuesday, September 19, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Cost: Free to current forum members; $250 for admittance to this event. (See ACLU website for more information)
Where: Bluebeard 653 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46203
We will be seeking CLE accreditation for this event.
For more than 60 years, the ACLU of Indiana's work in advancing civil liberties has helped define our concepts of freedom and liberty. Whether defending 4th Amendment protections in front of the U.S. Supreme Court or filling class actions on behalf of mentally ill prisoners, our legal team's work has been devoted to upholding the rights and protections of all individuals guaranteed by our state and federal Constitutions. The Larry Reuben Constitutional Law Forum is an opportunity for lawyers to gain an insider knowledge of the headline generating work of the ACLU of Indiana's legal team, participate in the broader discussion of contemporary civil liberty issues, and support the targeted and strategic legal work of the ACLU of Indiana. The forum will fulfill its mission by offering:
· Invitation and admission to two annual events with Ken Falk to discuss current cases and civil liberties trends, such as the recently upcoming CLF event Use and Abuse of Executive Power. These discussions will potentially have CLE certification.
· Advance notice of hearings for major ACLU of Indiana cases.
· Insider briefings on nationwide cases from our national legal staff.
· ACLU of Indiana staff-led state legislative briefings.
· Invitations to "Beer and Civil Liberties" networking forums for younger lawyers with the ACLU staff.
In an effort to ensure that lawyers throughout the field can join and benefit from the CLF, we offer tiered membership contributions: