October 31, 2011 by Editor
A collaborative effort between the State Archives Division of the Indiana Commission on Public Records and the Indiana Supreme Court has resulted in the cleaning, preservation, cataloging and posting in a database on the Internet, of approximately 31,000 Indiana Supreme Court cases dating from 1791 to 1878. Ultimately, this project will encompass every decided [...]
April 13, 2011 by Editor
Supreme Court sponsors two-part educational program
Martin University student, LaTosha Williams, attended the February 15, 2011 Indiana Supreme Court sponsored event at her university with unanswered questions about the judicial branch of government. “Before today, I was curious about judicial responsibilities and activities. I thought that judges probably sit in their courtrooms every day [...]
June 30, 2009 by Editor
The Indiana Supreme Court is encouraging judges, citizens, courthouse employees, lawyers, and others related to the legal profession to take stock of their photographic memorabilia. The Court is interested in gathering and preserving historic photographs to tell the story of the Indiana judicial branch.
Several years ago, the Court began collecting historic photographs of county courthouses. [...]
February 28, 2009 by Editor
The Indiana Supreme Court partnered with the Indiana State Bar Association to host a statewide birthday bash for Abraham Lincoln. The 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth was February 12, 2009. Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard invited attorneys to join him in honoring America’s 16th President by visiting classrooms around the state.
It is estimated that 30,000 [...]