Please join us on March 1 at the Damenverein Room at the Anthanaeum from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. for a discussion with Ken, Jane, and our Advocacy Director Katie Blair regarding local and national civil rights developments, recent ACLU activities, and state bills likely to impact civil liberties in 2017. Additionally at the spring meeting we are extremely excited to unveil and commemorate a special gift made to the Constitutional Law Forum in honor of a stalwart of the Indiana legal community.
Recently ACLU events have been heavily attended; there is a possibility that space will be limited, so please RSVP at your earliest convenience.
When: Wednesday, March 1, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Where: The Anthanaeum, Damenverein Room | 407 E. Michigan St. | Indianapolis, IN 46204
On the 20th anniversary of Ken Falk's leadership at the ACLU of Indiana, we invite you to be an inaugural member of the Constitutional Law Forum. The Constitutional Law Forum is an opportunity for lawyers to gain insider knowledge of the headline-generating work of Ken and his team, participate in the broader discussion of contemporary civil liberties issues, and support the targeted and strategic legal work of the ACLU of Indiana.
Since his arrival in Indiana in 1977, Ken Falk has devoted his entire career and talent to defending and advancing the rights, freedoms and dignity of all to the greater good of our community. First at Indiana Legal Services, and for the last 20 years leading the ACLU of Indiana's legal department, he has consistently earned his status as a respected and lauded voice in the legal community. Significantly, along with his precedent-setting case work and devotion to educating budding lawyers as a professor and mentor, he is equally known for his gentle demeanor with his clients and cordiality with his opponents.
Simply stated, Ken Falk embodies the best of the legal profession. His leadership has profoundly impacted both the law and the legal community in Indiana and he has done so with rare humility for these twenty years.
For 20 years, Ken's work in advancing civil liberties has helped define our concepts of freedom and liberty. Whether defending 4th Amendment protections in front of the U.S. Supreme Court or filling class actions on behalf of mentally ill prisoners, Ken's work has been devoted to upholding the rights and protections of all individuals guaranteed by our state and federal Constitutions. The Constitutional Law Forum will fulfill its mission by offering:
In an effort to ensure that lawyers throughout the field can join and benefit from the CLF, we offer tiered membership contributions: