Kenan Farrell will be speaking at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law’s Annual Continuing Legal Education Program. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 7, 2014. This year’s topic is: Crucial Information for Health Law Attorneys & Executives: Law, Business, and Ethics in Today’s Healthcare Marketplace. 6.0 Hours Indiana CLE Credit (including [...]
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Today is the 5-year anniversary of KLF Legal. I’m pleased to report that the firm is thriving and big plans are already in store for the next several years. Thanks to everyone who has been a part of the first 5 years and here’s to many more.
Kenan will be moderating the panel at this year’s Jordan H. and Joan R. Leibman Forum on the Legal and Business Environment of Art. The topic is Donor Intent vs. Public Interest. The panel will be an examination of issues raised in the documentary, The Art of the Steal, about the struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a [...]
The Fall semester at IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law is in full swing. Last night was already the second week of class. Art & Museum Law was moved from Saturday mornings to Tuesday evenings this semester, meaning Professor Farrell gets back his early Saturday morning Chelsea games. The students so far seem bright [...]
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law honored five alumni during a special reception on May 3. Andrea Ciobanu, Kenan Farrell, Janet Gongola, Kirby Lee and Mark Roesler were the honorees at the 2013 Evening of Celebration. Kenan Farrell received the Early Career Achievement Award, “In recognition of outstanding career achievement and distinction in the [...]
Thanks Wandini and Indiana Lawyer for the nice feature in your May issue. The Garten Haus is indeed a beautiful Mass Ave office! Link: Terms of Art: effecting viral social change
Kenan Farrell has been selected as one of Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2012 Forty Under 40. Criteria included the level of success nominees have achieved in their chosen field, their accomplishments in the community and the likelihood that they will stay in Indianapolis and build on those achievements. Short interview and video here. See the full [...]