The Marion County Bar Association, led by President TaKeena Thompson, begins its 2012 Coffee Chat serieson Thursday June 7th. Cohen & Malad is sponsoring this event that allows MCBA members and other local attorneys the opportunity to engage in informal conversations with judges presiding over Indiana state and federal courts.

This first event will feature the Honorable Carr Darden of the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Honorable Webster Brewer (retired) of the Marion County Superior Court. These judges will share their personal stories as well as discuss the importance of diversity in the legal profession. Guests will have time to ask questions and participate in a group discussion. Due to the unique structure of this event, space is limited to no more than 20 people.

Join Us:   Thursday June 7, 2012

Cohen & Malad, LLP
One Indiana Square, Suite 1400
Indianapolis, IN

Email TaKeena Thompson to register for the event. RSVPs will be accepted until space runs out or June 1st whichever comes first. The cost of the event is free for MCBA members and $10 for non-members, which can be paid at the door.

About MCBA
The Marion County Bar Association (MCBA) was founded in 1925 and has a storied past as a strong resource for African-American lawyers serving Indianapolis and surrounding communities, who were often excluded from other professional organizations. Today, the MCBA’s membership boasts legal professionals from different racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds. The MCBA strives to promote awareness of issues affecting diversity in the Indianapolis legal community and encourages all attorneys within the Indianapolis community to join its membership and participate in events. More information about the MCBA can be found at