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423 law students pass July 2012 Indiana bar exam

IL Staff
November 7, 2012
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The Indiana Lawyer congratulates the individuals listed below on passing the July 2012 bar exam. Many of these young and aspiring lawyers particpated in the Indiana Supreme Court Admission Ceremony held Oct. 15, 2012, in Indianapolis.

Mark Lewis Adam

Michelle Renee Adams

Nicholas Robert Adams

Carter Lange Alleman

Larry Dean Allen

Annemarie Christine Alonso

Michelle Anne Alyea

Brenda Lynn Ambrosius

Emily LaGene Angel

Jarryd Franklin Anglin

Joshua Paul Astin

Ivo Andrew Austin

Gulomjon Azimov

Tyler Guy Banks

Thomas Bradley Barbour

Bertina Candace Barnes

Lisa Ashley Baron

Matthew Thomas Barr

Andrew James Brian Bartelt

Theodore Ralph Batson Jr.

Angela Katherine Battaglino

John Peter Bayard

Kathleen Elys Beatty

Kory Todd Bell

Brian Michael Bennett

Laura Lee Bird

Michael James Bolde

Denise Michelle Bonk

Pamela Sarah Boshears

Hiroshi Clifford Bowman

Thomas Scott Bowman

Kerry Shea Boyne

Scott Edwin Brady

Katelyn M. Brant

Tyler Earl Brant

Isabella Helene Bravo

Andrew William Breck

Kevin Patrick Brett

Michael Steven Brewer

Ashley Lauren Brian

Stephanie Hope Bridgewater

Molly Elizabeth Briles

Whitney Marie Brockus

Joseph Striker Brown

Sean Allan Brown

Mallory Kristin Bryan

John Michael Bundy

Aimee Nicole Burkert

Kelly Ann Burns

Joshua Thomas Busch

Amanda Elizabeth Bushemi

Jenna Breanne Butler

Cristal Lisa Cabrera

Benjamin William Campbell

Courtney Elizabeth Campbell

Michael Andrew Campbell

Jason James Cerman

Ellen Josephine Drummond Chambers

Mark Andrew San Nicolas Chargualaf

Steven Timothy Charles

Aleksander Martin Cirulis

Megan Leigh Clearwaters

Christopher Lynn Clerc

Thomas Elisha Clowers

Chantel Maria Colavecchia

Jeffrey Christopher Conner

Nathaniel Scott Connor

Aaron Gabriel Corn

Adam Douglas Cotter

Bobby Aaron Courtney

Gregory Alan Cranston

Jamey Ann Critchlow

Gunnar Mark Crowell

Blake Nathaniel Dahl

Amanda Katherine Dalton

Nicholas Carl Dau-Schmidt

Sarah Kathryn DeHart

Brienne Marie Delaney

Saulo Israel Delgado

Julie Marie DeMuth

Kathryn Elizabeth DeWeese

Janelle VanBakel Dewitt

Matthew Patrick Dinn

Daniel Adam Dixon

Safiya Latrice Dixon

Todd Anthony Dixon

Erica Jean Dobbs

Erica Kay Drew

Samuel Curtis Drummy

Rachel Lindsey Dubin

Nicholas Carper Dugan

Andrew Harold Duncan III

Julia Bernadette Dunisch

Nicholaus Dwight Eddy

Jarred Lee Eib

Julie Marie Elliott

James Robert Emerson

Charles Christopher Engel II

Christopher Robert Erikson

Matthew Jack Estell

Cherlyn Ann Evans

Amy Lynn Eversole

Kyle Kennedy Fairchild

Timothy John Fandrey

Ashley Anne Federer

Janeen Louise Feinberg

Darrell Edward Felling II

Keenan Charles Fennimore

Jon Adam Ferguson

Elizabeth Ferrufino

Lucas Myron Fields

Kevin Michael Fitzgerald

James Russell Flecker

Ian Michael Fleming

Andrew Michael Flittner

Katherine Elizabeth Flood

Kyle William Fogwell

Cynthia Lynne Forbes

Corbin Ross Fowler

Sarah Lynn Fowler

Amanda Michelle Frantz

Mark Andrew Frantz

Michael Charles Freddoso

Dustin Francis Fregiato

Joseph Willi Friedmann

Joshua David Froelich

Jessica Marie Butler Fry

Ryan James Funk

Nicholas Daniel Gaffney

Michael Scott Gallo

Geneva Glenn Garcia

Matthew Michael Gardlik

Richard William Gardner

Ryan Matthew Gardner

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  1. I just wanted to point out that Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, Senator Feinstein, former Senate majority leader Bill Frist, and former attorney general John Ashcroft are responsible for this rubbish. We need to keep a eye on these corrupt, arrogant, and incompetent fools.

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