Hawkins Law PC - News
Jennifer Hawkins Teaches Will & Trust Law
Wednesday, April 16 2008
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF)tapped Jennifer Hawkins again for its 2008 Fundamentals of Will and Trust Drafting conference faculty. The conference was held at the ICLEF facility in Indianapolis on February 27, 2008. ICLEF is the premier continuing legal education provider for Indiana lawyers. Ms. Hawkins' contribution to the program featured analysis of the need for a will or trust in estate planning and certain pitfalls that attorneys should avoid to protect their clients.
Hawkins teaches estate planning & administration specialists.
Thursday, December 6 2007
Jeff Hawkins joined the faculty of the second annual Estate Planning and Administration Specialization conference hosted by the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum on November 2, 2007, in Indianapolis. Jeff presented material on guardianship law to the estate planning and administration specialty certification applicants.
Hawkins debates Supreme Court rules
Friday, June 1 2007
The Indiana State Bar Association's Professional Legal Education, Admission and Development Section have engaged Jeff Hawkins and Jeff Nickloy to debate proposed Indiana Supreme Court rules on lawyer advertising at the 2007 GP Solo and Small Firm Conference in Indianapolis. The proposed rules are published on the Indiana Supreme Court website at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/proposed/2007/january.html. Jeff Nickloy chaired the Indiana State Bar Association committee that proposed the new rules. Jeff Hawkins' position challenges whether the proposed rules address adequately the way prospective clients acquire legal service information nowadays.
Estate Planning & Administration Specialty Certification for Jeff Hawkins
Friday, June 1 2007
Jeff Hawkins was certified as an Estate Planning & Aministration Specialist this spring by the Indiana State Bar Association's Estate Planning & Administration Specialty Certification Board (EPASCB). EPASCB certifies specialists upon qualification through a combination of written examination; peer references; experience; and extensive, advanced level classroom instruction.
Page 6 of 9