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Courts in the Classroom > Legal History Lecture Series > Jesse W. Weik: The Young Indiana Lawyer Who Made Herndon's Lincoln Possible Jesse W. Weik: The Young Indiana Lawyer Who Made Herndon's Lincoln Possible

Summary

The Indiana Supreme Court held a free CLE event, "Jesse W. Weik: The Young Indiana Lawyer Who Made Herndon's Lincoln Possible," on Tuesday, March 2, 2010 from 3:00 - 4:30 pm.

This is a free CLE event sponsored by the Indiana Supreme Court Legal History Lecture Series with support from the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education. It has been assigned course number 100321 for 1.5 hours. Registration will be completed at the door.

About the Event

Jesse Weik will be the focus of this lecture.  Weik, a lawyer from Greencastle, Indiana, partnered with William H. Herndon to write the authoritative Lincoln biography. Over his lifetime, Weik was a prominent citizen of his home state, a leading advocate of the independent telephone movement, and a preeminent authority on Lincoln.

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