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160 applicants pass the February Indiana Bar Exam

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The Indiana Lawyer congratulates the individuals listed below on passing the February 2014 bar exam. Many of these new, aspiring lawyers participated in an admission ceremony held May 20 in Indianapolis.


Lumturije Akiti

Megan Kay Allgood

Amy Christine Andreas

Christopher John Arlinghaus

Zynthia Leina Arocena

Joseph Patrick Ashbrook

Leslie Ann Baker

Bernice Tiara Banks

Holly Suzanne Barger

Hilary Ann Barnes

Amy Lee Beard

Jennifer Robyn Beegle

Kevin Eugene Beltz Jr.

Matthew Gregory Berard

Luke Joseph Bielawski

Vivian Vidal Blackwell

Daniel Patrick Bowman

Brittany Lee Brockman

Bryan John Brown

Doriann H. Cain

Malaika Kijana Caldwell

Katherine Elisabeth Carlton

William Daniel Carnes II

Stephanie Michelle Carr

Simone Michelle Cheatham

Devin Patrick Claerbout

Leah Jean Close

Jackie Ray Clowers Jr.

Holly Nicole Daniels

Samuel Joseph Dayton

David John-Arnold Debruyn

Lashon Rochelle DeFell

Kelly Elizabeth Dietz

Beau Zeisz Dunfee

Dan Mihnea Duval

Joseph Samuel Edelstein

Thomas Edison Edge

Karen Susanne Ellis

Matthew Charles Ennis

James Eli Ewing

Emily Anne Fehr

Emily Jane Follas

Matthew Louis Fox

Nathaniel Lyles Freeland

Justin Lee Froedge

Elliot Bernard Garvey

Tara Lynn Gerber

Mariana Gerolimatos

Mary Colleen Giles

Eric Matthew Glasco

Rebecca Craig Griffin

Rachel Janel Guin-Lowry

Tanner Lee Guthrie

Jevan Thad Haarer

Joseph M. Hallahan

Jeffrey Joseph Hanneken

Jonathan Daniel Harwell

Maryam Hassani

Kristen Michelle Head

Joel Alphonso Henry

Amanda Shellbrook Hesse

Ryan Patrick Hiler

Amy Thompson Hock

Robert Joseph Hoffman

Mark Welsh Holwager

Andrew Kelly Homan

Elizabeth Anne Homes

Maureen Roberta Horcher

Emily Elisabeth Hughes

Tonisha Marie Jarrett

Andolyn Reeves Johnson

Katherine Lloyd Johnson

Stephen Michael Judge

Kevin Matthew Kapp

Kimbley Ann Kearney

Duran Lawrence Keller

Jane Marie Kennedy

Maura Keri Kennedy

Amanda Michelle Kester

Tariq Yusuf Khan

Lauren Michelle Kofeldt

Aaron Anthony Koonce

Harvey Lee Lancaster

Jacob Andrew Lawrence

Terry Matthew Lawson

Ashley Nicole Leonard

Jia Li

Matthew Charles McConnell

Maxwell Weston McCrite

Conor James McGuinness

Matthew Thomas McVeigh

Christine Carmen Mercho

Jessica Ranae Merino

Joshua Scott Michael

David Evan Miller

Keaton Jay Miller

Ian Douglas Mitchell

John Anthony Molloy III

Natalie Donahue Montell

Eric Kenneth Morris

Ndeto Kyumbu Mwose

Scott Robert Neale

Christopher John Neeson

William Daniel Neff

Brian Andrew Newlin

Lucas Rey Niekamp

James Timothy Nussbaum

Daniel Patrick O’Reilley

Yetunde Freda Okunade

Charles Joseph Osborn

Sarah Caplinger Oznick

Terry Allan Oznick

Thomas Chrysostomos Paschalis

Emily Marie Pence

Scott Michael Penny

Jody Lynn Pfeifle

Amber Lee Poff

Polli Ann Pollem

Crystal Dawn Pulley

Zhigang Rao

Benjamin James Riley

Eli Grant Roberts

Justin William Roberts

Ashley Elizabeth Rodabaugh

Bailey Roese

Bryan Elliott Rogers

Amy Ann Rollins

Barbara Lee Rosenberg

Alexander Isaac Rosenthal

Spardha Saroha

Joshua Kent Scherschel

Celita Lynn Scott

Vernicka Lashay Shaw

Stacy Lynn Shelton

Lindsey Nicole Shepherd

Yevgeniy Shkuratov

Andrew Eugene Skinner

Brandon GregorySmith

Chelsea Elaine Smith

Nicholas Michael Smith

Brian Patrick Spaulding

Bryan David Stoffel

Anne Elizabeth Swords

Alexander Christopher Trueblood

Andrew John Van Zee

Zachary Myers VanVactor

Matthew Paul Villa

Peter William Watkins

Brittany Lynn West

Quinton Maurice White

David James Whitehead

Jessica Raye Williams

Katharine Anne Williams

Dennis Dean Wilson II

April A. Wimberg

Susan Marie Papreck Wine

Kyle Mitchell Winslow

Allyse Elizabeth Wirkkala

Aureola Shekinah Glory Wright

Sarah Maree Wyatt
 

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  2. I love this, Dave! Many congrats to you! We've come a long way from studying for the bar together! :)

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