These lawyers are community assets
IBJ’s sister publication, Indiana Lawyer, recently honored attorneys in the state with Leadership in Law awards. The program, in its 11th year, has recognized more than 300 lawyers for their commitment to serving their clients, their communities and their profession.
Members of the legal community were asked to nominate attorneys, with a minimum tenure of 20 years, who they feel have earned the title “distinguished barrister.” The response was overwhelming. It is exhilarating to read the ways these men and women have dedicated their lives to the practice of law and serving their communities. Their commitment to pay it forward—to mentor up-and-coming lawyers—generates optimism and confidence in the future of the legal profession.
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