Shrader to Present at the National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals' Conference
Cathleen Shrader will be a presenter at the National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals’ (NALSAP) Annual Conference in Indianapolis at the end of June. She will be presenting with Bradley Skolnik, Executive Director of the Indiana Supreme Court’s Office of Admissions and Continuing Education, and Nancy Vincent with the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar on the topic of “Learning from Bar Examiners: Strategies for Passing the Character and Fitness Standard for Bar Admission.” They will discuss challenging cases for a board of law examiners, review of cases that require further scrutiny than the typical applicant, and provide insight on how students can prepare for an appearance before the Board of Law Examiners. NALSAP is a national association that provides leadership, professional development and student affairs resources to professionals who support law students.
Ms. Shrader is a partner with Barrett McNagny concentrating her practice in appellate law and complex business litigation. She has served on the ten-member Indiana State Board of Law Examiners since 2010, and has been president of the board for the past two years. The board is an agency of the Indiana Supreme Court and is responsible for the licensing of attorneys in the state of Indiana. Ms. Shrader serves as the vice chair for the Indiana State Bar Association’s (ISBA) Lawyer Advertising Rules Committee and has chaired the ISBA’s Appellate Practice Section. She is a frequent speaker at the state and local level on issues relating to appellate practice and advertising, ethics, and social media.
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