Indiana Lawyer Podcast

The most up-to-date news from Indiana‘s legal community, plus interviews with the state‘s top legal decision-makers. The Indiana Lawyer Podcast is brought to you by Taft.

As we head into the final stretch of 2022, this week’s episode covers the news you need to finish out the year, including updates to abortion litigation, law firm leadership changes, legislative previews, and more. This week’s guest is Judge Martha Wentworth of the Indiana Tax Court.

As the dust settles on the 2022 midterms, our special guest on this week’s episode helps us break down what to make of the sometimes surprising results. And in other news, Jordan, Katie and Olivia cover topics ranging from civil rights to the U.S. Supreme Court to the continued coverage of the 2017 Delphi murders — and more.

This week’s episode breaks down major court cases at both the state and federal level, plus dives into the issues you need to know for the Nov. 8 election. Our guest is Pete Seat, a vice president at Bose Public Affairs Group in Indianapolis.

This week, Jordan, Katie and Olivia tackle headlines related to abortion, judicial selection, LGBT issues, the U.S. Supreme Court, and more. This week’s guest is Brittany Roberts, a student at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

This week’s episode covers the bar exam, the hunt for a new appellate judge, an update on the May 2019 shooting that involved four Indiana judges, abortion, and more. This week’s guest is former Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard.

This week’s episode includes news about a new appellate judge, law school enrollment, transgender litigation and more. This week’s guest is Bernice Corley, executive director of the Indiana Public Defender Council. 

This week’s episode of the Indiana Lawyer Podcast features news about a law firm combination, a look at a new addiction treatment center, two major Indiana Supreme Court rulings, an abortion update and more. Our guest this week is Joe Skeel, a former journalist and now executive director of the Indiana State Bar Association.

It’s back-to-school season for Indiana’s law students, so we chatted with a couple of them to find out how the start of the semester is going. Also in this week’s episode: A feud between the Marion County judiciary and law enforcement, an update on an immigration lawsuit against an Indiana jail and news about two former Indiana lawmakers who have been sentenced to federal prison, plus more. This week’s guest is Katie Jackson-Lindsay, president of the Marion County Bar Association.

This week’s episode gives an update on the conclusion of the Indiana General Assembly’s special legislative session, which ended with the enactment of a near-total ban on abortion in Indiana. We also have updates on the death of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, a major First Amendment case in the 7th Circuit and Magistrate Judge Doris Pryor’s confirmation process — and more. This week’s featured guest is Senior Judge John Baker of the Court of Appeals of Indiana.


This week’s episode features news about a dispute between the Indiana attorney general and a prominent abortion doctor, an update on Magistrate Judge Doris Pryor’s journey to the 7th Circuit and a look at a new initiative to possibly allow cameras in Indiana courtrooms — and more. This week’s guest is Amy Karozos, Indiana’s state public defender.

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