Lawyers featured in law student's 5th book

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Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis student Erin Albert released her fifth book, “Indianapolis: A Young Professional’s Guide, Second Edition,” at a book launch party and signing April 8.

Albert, a medical science liaison who runs two businesses and has an MBA and advanced degree in pharmacy, is the director of the Ribordy Center for Community Practice at Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She has authored and self-published four other books.

Her book launch party honored the 40 Indianapolis-area professionals featured in the 400-page book offering insight and ideas of how to socially and professionally network in the Indianapolis area, as well as fun and interesting things to do in central Indiana.

Participants in the book included attorneys Abdul Hakim-Shabazz, Mickey Maurer, and Melina Kennedy; Mayor Greg Ballard; race car driver Sarah Fisher; Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp, editor of Indiana Living Green; and many other young and established professionals.

The book is currently available at and the publisher’s site,

In 2009, Albert released “The Life Science Lawyer,” a book about lawyers with life science backgrounds to get ideas of the type or types of jobs she may like to have after she graduates.


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