Steve Hoar Represents Indiana State Bar at ABA House of Delegates

KDDK Partner Steve Hoar represented the Indiana State Bar Association at the recent midyear meeting of the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates in New Orleans.  Actions taken by the House included a resolution urging the U.S. Supreme Court to adopt a binding code of ethics for its justices and a rejection of a proposal to eliminate the requirement that law schools require applicants to take an entrance exam, such as the LSAT, to be accredited by the ABA. 

In addition to serving as a delegate, Steve was recently appointed to the House’s Technology and Communications Committee. Pictured below is the Indiana delegation with the Chief Justice of Indiana, Loretta Rush, who addressed the House in her role as President of the Conference of Chief Justices.

From left: Amy Noe Dudas, ISBA President and Delegate; Shontrai Irving, ISBA Delegate; Steve Hoar, ISBA Delegate; Hon. Loretta Rush, Chief Justice of Indiana; MaCharri Vorndran-Jones, IndyBar Delegate; Melissa Avery, Indiana State Delegate; Hon. Tom Felts, ISBA President-Elect and Delegate; and Elliott Hostetter, ISBA Delegate.
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