Handbooks/Manuals

Junior League of Indianapolis Handbook: 2018

For more than 90 years, the Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI), a non-profit organization of women, has strived to positively impact the Indianapolis community by investing in the lives of children and their families throughout the area. JLI promotes voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Handbook contains information about JLI, its calendar and office holidays, JLI history, projects for the upcoming year, the JLI Endowment Fund and the JLI Trust Fund, the Board of Directors and a list of all leaders, membership obligations, prospective members, FAQs, projects...

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Junior League of Indianapolis Handbook: 2017

For more than 90 years, the Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI), a non-profit organization of women, has strived to positively impact the Indianapolis community by investing in the lives of children and their families throughout the area. JLI promotes voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Handbook contains information about JLI, its calendar and office holidays, JLI history, projects for the upcoming year, the JLI Endowment Fund and the JLI Trust Fund, the Board of Directors and a list of all leaders, membership obligations, prospective members, FAQs, projects...

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Modern Day Pharaohs

Imagine if baby’s first book was around and that he or she could write in it. A lot of work would already be in this book: family history, names, dates, blood type, weight at birth. Imagine if one family member gets a DNA test, the whole family could benefit because all have the same family history. The book could help connect lives and make you feel closer to your family and help you discover your roots. This fascinating book can be used for just about anything dealing with the written testimony of your life. Written by you, it could be...

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Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements, 1997-2001

These guides contain basic information, including character and fitness determinations, permitted means of legal study (bar exam), additional requirements, application dates and MBE requirements, MPRE, MPT & MEE requirements, grading & scoring, reciprocity, comity & attorney's exam, foreign law school graduates, admission on motion, bar admission fees, other licenses and registrations, mandatory continuing legal education, and a directory of state bar admission administrators.

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Indiana Health Industry Forum Annual Reports, 1999 & 2000

2000 was an eventful year for the Indiana Health Industry Forum. The 21st Century Research and Technology Fund took shape with the awarding of nearly $50 million in grants. They also stood back and surveyed their membership and other Indiana leaders about the Forum's priorities and presence. They continued to raise awareness of the exciting achievements that their industry contributes to the Indiana economy. In July, Wade Lange joined the Forum as President, and William Loveday attended his final board meeting as the Forum's Chairman.

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Legal Planning Guide

Severns & Bennett, pathfinders in Elder Law, published this guide for Preserving Assets, Dignity and Security in cases of Disability, Long Term Illness or Death. It provides an overview of various legal options that may be available to those seeking planning assistance. Lawyers who practice elder law dedicate themselves to learning the complex and interrelated issues that older adults and their families face with regards to trusts, durable powers of attorney, wills, advance directives for health care, and other techniques of estate planning to help families design contingency plans. This publication is meant only as a guide; each person or...

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Junior League of Indianapolis Handbooks: 2011, 2013, 2015

For more than 90 years, the Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI), a non-profit organization of women, has strived to positively impact the Indianapolis community by investing in the lives of children and their families throughout the area. JLI promotes voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Handbook contains information about JLI, its calendar and office holidays, JLI history, projects for the upcoming year, the JLI Endowment Fund and the JLI Trust Fund, the Board of Directors and a list of all leaders, membership obligations, prospective members, FAQs, projects...

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IU School of Law – Indianapolis: Viewbook 2007

The Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis is one of two law schools in the IU system. With an enrollment of more than 900 students, it is the largest law school in the state of Indiana. The school has enjoyed great success for more than 100 years in preparing students for their legal careers. The success of the school is evidenced by the prominent positions graduates have obtained in the judiciary and other branches of government, business, positions of civic leadership, and law practice.

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