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Access Ability: Learn How To Open Doors, Find What You're Looking For

AccessbootcamplogoAnd now, a shameless plug for an upcoming public access seminar hosted by the Indiana Coalition for Open Government. Bonus for lawyers: CLE credits!

Thursday, November 8, 2007
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Indiana State Bar Association
One Indiana Square, 5th Floor Conference Center
Downtown Indianapolis (corner of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets)
Join us for a premier access event in downtown Indianapolis. Speakers include:
  • Ken Paulson, USA Today Executive Editor
  • Judge Robert Altice, Jr., Marion County Criminal Court 2
  • Brant Houston, Investigative Reporters & Editors Interim Executive Director
  • Joel Campbell, Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Freedom of Information Chairman
  • Christie Tatum, The Denver Post and Immediate Past President of SPJ
  • Lauren Toppen, Indianapolis Public Access Counselor
  • Kathy Lucas, Bose McKinney & Evans Partner and ISBA Environmental Law Group Chair
  • Anne Mullin O’Connor, first Indiana Public Access Counselor
  • Betsy DuSold, Eli Lilly and Company Environmental Lawyer
  • Heather Willis Neal, Indiana Public Access Counselor
  • Kevin Finch, WISH-TV News Director

Here's a complete schedule and the registration form. Or you can go here for more information.


Maybe Heather Willis can ask Anne O'Connor to brief her on the rudimentary issues of public access law in Indiana, seeing that she recently had to issue a supplemental opinion to correct a prior one that was completely off base.

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