InAALJ CLE - Administrative Law
Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
My fellow ALJs, Attorneys, Law Students, and Guests:
I am pleased to announce the Indiana Affiliate of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary (InAALJ) is hosting its inaugural CLE seminar on the morning of October 18, 2012 in the Indiana House chambers at the Statehouse. Our tentative agenda includes presentations by:
(1) Professor and Former Justice Frank Sullivan on administrative law rulings from the Indiana Supreme Court
(2) Becky Brooks of JLAP and the Honorable Marianne Voorhees of the Delaware County Circuit Court regarding stress management; and
(3) Chuck Kidd from the Disciplinary Commission on judicial independence
Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m., and presentations will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. CLE credit is pending for this event.
There will be a reduced fee for InAALJ members and a reduced fee for individuals who join InAALJ the day of the seminar.
I hope to see you all there,
Catherine Gibbs, InAALJ President
When & Where
The Indiana Association of Administrative Law Judiciary (InAALJ) is an affiliate to the National organization -- NAALJ. NAALJ, a nonprofit corporation founded in Illinois in 1974, is the largest professional organization devoted exclusively to administrative adjudication within the executive branch of government. Its voting members exercise a broad subject matter jurisdiction and include state, federal, and local administrative law judges, administrative judges, hearing officers, referees, trial examiners, agency chairs, commissioners, and appellate authorities. Associate members include law professors and attorneys involved in administrative law. As of July 1, 2012, NAALJ had approximately 660 dues-paying members.
Mission Statement: The mission of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary is to promote an impartial, professional administrative judiciary that adheres to high ethical standards and furthers the recognition and understanding of its necessary role in the function of government.