Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association
The Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) was formed in 1983 to collect and disseminate information on matters of concern to attorneys practicing in the field of municipal law, promote the continuing education of attorneys on issues affecting municipal law, and provide forums for attorneys practicing municipal law to meet and exchange ideas and professional experience.
Aim now offers CLE Distant Education Credits when you participate in certain qualifying webinars. Watch for webinar advertisements informing attorneys of CLE Distant Education Credits. If you have any questions about whether a particular webinar will qualify for CLE, please contact [email protected]. Distant Education CLE credits are limited. The mandatory continuing legal education rule provides that no more than nine (9) hours of the 3-year Educational Period requirement shall be filled through interactive Distance Education.
IMLA dues are for the calendar year. Dues renewal notices have been sent for 2019 IMLA dues. If you did not get a dues renewal you may use the invoice/application blank available by clicking here.
Notice of Additional Fee for Failure to Timely Turn in Program Attendance Certification Sheets Following the Event
The Indiana Commission on Continuing Legal Education has adopted a fee schedule for late applications and attendance filings. If Aim has to make a late filing because the Attendance Certification Sheet was not turned in by the attendee in a timely fashion, then Aim will ask for the late fee before the CLE attendance filing is made.
IMLA Board of Directors
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Why Join IMLA?
IMLA Seminar Topics: 1980 – 2017 (Contact Aim at 317-237-6200 to purchase past IMLA seminar binders.)
National IMLA LITE Membership Form and Information