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The thanks of the entire DTCI go to the current members of the board of editors of the Indiana Civil Litigation Review. Through their efforts, the Review is a publication of which we may all be proud.



Steven R. Pennell, editor-in-chief
Stuart & Branigin

Max Fiester
Rudolph Fine Porter & Johnson

James Godbold
Kightlinger & Gray

Belinda Johnson-Hurtado
Clendening Johnson & Bohrer 

Philip E. Kalamaros
Hunt Suedhoff Kalamaros

William Kelley Jr.
Drewry Simmons & Vornehm 

Patricia P. McCrory
Frost Brown Todd

Doris Sweetin
Sweetin Law Group 

Sawyer Thorp
Travelers Staff Counsel



And welcome to the new editors who have joined them this year:



Joseph R. Alberts
Dow AgroSciences 

Matthew Bruno
Kightlinger & Gray

Jeffrey J. Mortier
Frost Brown Todd 

Beth Schenberg Parsons
Kightlinger & Gray

Laura Sims
Kightlinger & Gray

Amy Wilson
Frost Brown Todd



Articles may be submitted to any member of the board of editors or to Molly Terry, managing editor, mterry@dtci.org. Suggestions for possible topics may also be submitted; the board of editors will identify an author.

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