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$35 per person
2016 Honorees and past honorees are complimentary (contact Patty Johns, pjohns@ibj.com to RSVP)


Distinguished Barrister Honorees:
 

Up and Coming Lawyer Honorees:
 

Arend Abel

Cohen & Malad

Hon. Craig Bobay

Allen Superior Court

Roderick Bohannan

Indiana Legal Services

Murray Clark

Faegre Baker Daniels

Hon. Brent Dickson

Indiana Supreme Court

Charles Dunlap

Indiana Bar Foundation

Julia Blackwell Gelinas

Frost Brown Todd

Gregory Hahn

Bose McKinney & Evans

Thomas Hays

Lewis Wagner

Patricia McKinnon

Attorney at Law

Carol Lynn Terzo

The Mediation Option

Richard Thrapp

Ice Miller

Ron Waicukauski

Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin

Frances Watson

IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Hon. Van Willis

Magistrate/Kightlinger & Gray

Michael Allen

Ice Miller

Michele Lorbieski Anderson

Frost Brown Todd

Adam Bartrom

Barnes & Thornburg

Matthew Bruno

Kightlinger & Gray

Jay Chaudhary

Indiana Legal Services

Vanessa Davis

Quarles & Brady

Elizabeth Eichholtz

Cohen & Malad

Alex Gude

Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Sarah Jenkins

Faegre Baker Daniels

B. Ronan Johnson

Taft Stettinius & Hollister

Neha Matta

Lewis Wagner

Andrew McCoy

Faegre Baker Daniels

Ashley Osak

Plews Shadley Racher & Braun

Jennifer Tudor Wright

Barnes & Thornburg

Philip Zimmerly

Bose McKinney & Evans

Contact: Patty Johns
Contact Phone: (317) 472-5319
Contact E-mail: pjohns@ibj.com

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