Zionsville attorney Kirk Horn dies at 55

Zionsville attorney Kirk Allan Horn, 55, died on Friday, August 3. Visitation and a celebration of life service are planned later this week.Horn began his career as a Marion County Probation Officer after graduating from Hanover College with a degree in psychology. The position inspired his lifelong passion for law and public service, spurring him to receive a J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law.

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IU McKinney’s Lawrence Jegen leaves legacy of teaching

Lawrence Jegen III, longtime professor at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, built a national reputation as one of the foremost experts in tax law, offering his insight to lawyers, accountants, elected officials and the Internal Revenue Service, but he spent much of his professional life in the place he most loved — the classroom. Jegen, 83, died at his Indianapolis home May 17 after an illness.

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IndyBar: Remembering Judge Patricia Gifford

Judge Patricia Gifford was a true leader of the entire legal community and a pioneer for women attorneys. She was recognized several times by the IndyBar, receiving the Silver Gavel Award in 2008 for her exemplary service on the bench and the Antoinette Dakin Leach Award, which honors trailblazing women in the profession, in 2006. Judges and lawyers share their remembrances.

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