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Counsel in the Court: Free Walk-In Legal Clinic for Family Law Matters
The free legal clinic for family law matters is held each Friday from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Due to COVID-19 precautions, consultations are VIA TELEPHONE, by calling 812 316 5262. Volunteer attorneys will provide free legal advice for Family Law matters only and may assist with court forms. Please note: this clinic is not a realistic substitute for actual legal representation by an attorney or on-going consultation with an attorney. For additional information, please click the red box:
Important Information for attorney volunteers (click the blue box):
Terre Haute Bar Association
Job Opening - Part-time Public Defender Parke County
Position will be open January 1, 2021. Letters of Interest must be received by Nov. 1, 2020.
For details, please click the yellow button.
September 2020 - Call for Election Volunteers The Indiana Supreme Court encourages attorneys to help out at the polls for the 2020 election. Attorneys may receive up to one hour CLE credit for county poll worker training and may report hours working at a polling site as pro bono hours when completing their registrations in 2021. For details, please click the black button.
July 29, 2020, the Indiana Landlord Tenant Task Force published guidance for landlords, tenants, attorneys, and courts on eviction cases during the coronavirus crisis. Clicking the light blue button will take you to the report.
On June 17, 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court approved Vigo County courts Expansion of Operations Plan.
The Indiana Supreme Court maintains a webpage that is updated daily to provide information and resources for courts and attorneys on dealing with the COVID-19 Emergency. Clicking the green button will take you to that page.
Additionally, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana maintains a webpage with links to the Court’s general orders applicable to procedures and the operation of the courts during COVID-19 crisis. For details, please see the Court's Orders by clicking the blue US District Court COVID-19 Orders button.