Amicus Committee is a long-standing, well-respected arm of the Association. The Committee is a wholly voluntary group of ITLA members who are committed to legal scholarship and broad issues of concern that impact upon the rights of the citizens of our State. A significant challenge to the Committee is reviewing the numerous meritorious requests for ITLA’s participation in the appellate process as a friend of the court. The Association’s goal is to select those cases that have the broadest impact upon the largest number of Hoosiers.
List of past Amicus Committee Chairs:
P. Gregory Cross
Mark A. Scott
Steven L. Langer
On May 5th, 2015 Tara M. Worthley became the chair of ITLA's Amicus Committee. The other members of the Committee are Nicholas C. Deets, Jerry Garau, Emily Guenin-Hodson, Robert Johnson, Teresa L. Todd, and Bill E. Winingham. Since the beginning of this decade, the Chairs of the Amicus Committee have continued to streamline the process of responding to requests for amicus assistance through the use of electronic communication. The members of the Committee, as well as other ITLA members, continue to demonstrate their commitment to our civil justice system by volunteering an extraordinary amount of time to author amicus briefs.
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Click Here to access ITLA Amicus Committee activity from 2007-present
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