Municipal Law is a seminar designed to keep the local government attorney current on important legislative and case law changes, both state and federal, over the past year and to provide up to 9.0 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credits. The workshop sessions are focused strictly on local government law issues and are designed to make the role of the local government attorney easier.
Highlights of this year’s seminar include presentations on eminent domain, code enforcement, utilities in the railroad right-of-way, and attorney client privilege ethics. An update on new statutes and cases at the state and federal level for city, town and county attorneys will also be included. Application for 9.0 CLE credits pending.
Municipal Law is presented in partnership with Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA).