Indiana Lawyer readers, have you nominated a deserving attorney for our annual Leadership in Law awards? We know it’s the start of the year, and it’s an especially busy time (when isn’t it?), but time is running out — nominations must be made by noon Jan. 31.
Nominations for Indiana Lawyer’s Leadership in Law Awards open today. Entries for the 2020 Up and Coming Lawyer and Distinguished Barrister awards will be accepted until noon Friday, Jan. 31, 2020.
Indiana Lawyer honored the 2019 Leadership in Law Award honorees at a reception May 8 at TwoDEEP Brewing Co. in Indianapolis.
After starting his career as a litigator in Chicago, Kent Winingham came home to work in the personal injury and medical malpractice firm that bears his family’s name. He’s already won jury verdicts and has become a leader in the legal and broader community. He’s helping young lawyers connect with the profession through his involvement […]
Elizabeth Timme has established a successful trust and estates practice after transitioning from Ice Miller’s litigation team. When she’s not helping clients plan and secure their financial aspirations, she often is helping women succeed in the legal profession through her involvement in the IndyBar Women and the Law Division. Timme also serves as a board […]
Justin Swanson acknowledges he’s known as “the hemp guy” for his specialized focus on advocating for the legalization and production of hemp. In that capacity, he’s helping re-pioneer a crop that holds intriguing promise and prospects while also battling some of the misconceptions around the budding industry. He’s also actively given his talents to pro […]
Five years after passing the Indiana Bar Exam, Barnes & Thornburg LLP associate Leah Seigel is the youngest member of a select committee the Indiana Supreme Court has appointed to review the exam. That’s representative of the remarkable professional responsibilities that have been entrusted to her on complex litigation and intellectual property matters, and in […]
Before Anna Rutigliano decided to go to law school, she already had an impressive health care career, which flows seamlessly into her practice. Rutigliano’s experience uniquely qualifies her for the complex medical and mass tort litigation that constitutes her practice. But she also leads by example when it comes to pro bono work, assisting vulnerable […]