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Professor Sullivan to Speak on Diversity in the Legal Profession in Indianapolis, South Bend
Professor Frank Sullivan, Jr., will address diversity in the legal profession in remarks at upcoming continuing legal education programs in Indianapolis and South Bend. Sullivanís talks will examine the Indiana Supreme Courtís many diversity initiatives and the role they play in increasing access to justice in Indiana. He will also discuss the way in which a commitment to diversity enhances the professional skills of lawyers and enriches their personal lives.
The first program is the Indiana State Bar Associationís Applied Professionalism Seminar, on Friday, September 21, 2012. The event will be at the ISBAís offices in Regions Conference Center, on the fifth floor of the One Indiana Square building in Indianapolis. This event offers six hours of ethics continuing legal education credit and satisfies CLE requirements for new attorneys.
The second program is the St. Joseph County Bar Associationís program on ďTwenty-First Century Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession,Ē on Monday, September 24, 2012, at the Palais Royale, 105 W. Colfax Ave., in South Bend. This event offers two hours of CLE, including two hours of ethics credit.
Professor Sullivan joined the faculty at the law school in August 2012 after 19 years of service as a Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court. He is the recipient of several awards for advancing opportunities for minority lawyers in the legal profession.