10 attorneys apply for Wentworth’s upcoming Tax Court vacancy

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Ten Hoosier attorneys have applied for the Indiana Tax Court judge position following Judge Martha Blood Wentworth’s announcement she will retire this fall.

Wentworth has been the Tax Court judge for 12 years.

The individuals who applied are:

  • Evan W. Bartel, Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
  • Winston Lin, Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Kevin A. Halloran, Quarles & Brady
  • John P. Lowrey, Office of Corporation Counsel
  • Lee T. Mandel, Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Justin L. McAdam, Indiana Office of Management and Budget
  • Joseph Pearman, Joseph Pearman Attorney at Law
  • Patrick W. Price, Office of Management and Budget
  • Jennifer S. Thuma, deputy general counsel for the state of Indiana
  • Kimberly A. Wright, Tippecanoe County public defender

The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission is expected to conduct interviews on May 23, after which the seven-member commission will deliberate in executive session, then publicly vote to send the three most-qualified names to Gov. Eric Holcomb.

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