Indianapolis Bar Association collection
Scope and Contents
The second item is larger and is a blank application for membership card. The annual dues printed on the card were $5.00.
- Indianapolis Bar Association (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
In the association's original bylaws, the founding members set the course for the future by making provisions for committees on admission, amendments of the law, grievances, liaison with the judiciary and legal education. The association's first priority was to form a law library and reading room for use by judges, attorneys and students, and by 1910 over 7,000 volumes had been acquired.
And while the Indianapolis Bar Association has grown considerably from its first 40 members to over 5,100 today, it still strives to fulfill many of the original ideals and commitments as it is guided by a new, yet similar, mission statement-to serve our members, promote justice and enhance the legal profession.
0.01 Cubic Feet (1 folder)
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- Indianapolis Bar Association collection
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