IndyBar Review Lecturer Bios
When you make the decision to enroll in IndyBar Review, you are supported by a team of Indiana Experts committed to your success.
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IndyBar Review is taught in-person by leading local lawyers who care if students pass the first time. Our lecturers have a vested interest in the quality of the IndyBar Review program and the Indianapolis legal community as a whole. Considered experts in their subject area and regularly included in Super Lawyer and Martindale-Hubbell rankings, IndyBar lecturers draw on their personal knowledge of the law to provide superior instruction. They also make themselves available to students, answering questions and providing guidance beyond their scheduled lecture time.
The Indiana Experts
Jacob V. Bradley (MBE Tips/Mock MBE)
Quarles & Brady LLP
Jacob Bradley is concentrates his practice in business litigation. Admitted in 2008, Jake is well poised to share his practical experiences and tips learned from taking the Indiana Bar Exam.
Robert L. Browning (Administrative Law, Personal Property)
Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary PC
As a partner at the firm, Robert L. Browning is responsible for general business, commercial and transportation-related litigation.
A. Scott Chinn (Indiana Constitutional Law)
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Scott Chinn is a partner in the firm and practices in the area of litigation, appellate practice, state and municipal law, and economic development. Scott formerly served as Corporation Counsel for the city of Indianapolis and Marion County.
Rusty Denton (Evidence)
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
Rusty Denton is a partner in firm and has a diverse civil litigation practice concentrating in labor and employment relations, and he has extensive litigation practice experience in federal and state courts.
Pete Donahoe (Estate and Gift Tax)
Donahoe Irvin PC
Pete Donahoe's practice involves advising owners of closely-held businesses with respect to a wide range of legal services including estate planning, estate administration, business and individual tax planning, business and real estate transactions and litigation of tax controversies in state and federal courts.
Jamie Edgar (Criminal Law)
J. Edgar Law Office
James A. Edgar, J. Edgar Law Offices PC, is a former prosecutor with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. He has tried cases ranging from drunken driving to murder; he also spent more than two years in drug court prosecuting felony drug dealing and possession cases.
Kenneth Falk (Federal Constitutional Law)
ACLU of Indiana
Kenneth J. Falk serves as the legal director of the ACLU of Indiana, an organization dedicated to protecting the freedoms guaranteed to Indiana citizens by the Indiana and United States Constitutions. As a legal director of the ACLU, Ken screens and prosecutes actions in federal and state courts that typically raise federal and state constitutional issues.
Monica Foster (Criminal Procedure)
Indiana Federal Defender
Monica assumed the leadership of the Indiana Federal Community Defender’s office in 2012. Monica joins the Federal Defender Network following a distinguished career in private practice, providing representation to indigent persons charged with the death penalty, both at trial and on appeal.
Christina Fugate (Negotiable Instruments)
Ice Miller LLP
Christina is an associate in the firm's Business Litigation Group and Bankruptcy Practice Group, where she concentrates her practice on real estate, securities, product liability, risk management, franchise, bankruptcy and competitive business litigation.
Manny Herceg (Administrative Law/Personal Property)
Lewis & Kappes PC
Manny focuses his practice on civil litigation, real estate and school law assisting businesses, individuals and school corporations to prevent and resolve disputes. He has experience in state and federal courts, and administrative proceedings.
Ronald M. Katz (Wills, Trust and Probate)
Katz & Korin PC
Ronald M. Katz is a co-founding partner in the law firm of Katz & Korin, where he leads the firm's real estate, business and estate planning practice groups.
John R. Maley (How to Study, Pleadings & Practice I, Pleadings & Practice II, Final Tips/Mock Indiana Essay)
Barnes & Thornburg LLP
John R. Maley is a partner in the law firm of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, concentrating on civil litigation, appellate practice and employment matters. He chairs the firm's Appellate Practice Group and is a member of the firm's litigation and labor and employment departments. In a volunteer capacity, John serves as chair of the IndyBar Review, having spent years studying the exam process.
Jimmie L. McMillian (MPT Tips/Mock MPT)
Barnes & Thornburg LLP
Jimmie L. McMillian is a partner in the firm's Litigation Department. He earned his J.D. from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law and served as law clerk to the Hon. Justice Frank Sullivan, Jr., of the Indiana Supreme Court.
Mark K. McNulty (Federal Income Tax)
As a licensed accountant in the State of Indiana, Mark has held various positions in small and large CPA firms. In addition to being a CPA, Mark is admitted to practice law in the State of Indiana. Therefore, he is able to analyze tax and financial situations from both legal and accounting viewpoints in order to help his clients implement their business goals.
Andrew J. "Drew" Miroff (Secured Transactions)
Ice Miller LLP
Drew Miroff concentrates his practice in commercial, land use and products liability litigation as well as counseling clients on a wide array of risk management and litigation avoidance issues.
F. Anthony (Tony) Paganelli (Corporations, Agency Partnership and Sole Proprietorships)
Paganelli Law Group
Tony is a courtroom lawyer. He concentrates his trial and arbitration practice in four areas: business litigation, criminal defense, real estate/construction litigation, and bankruptcy/debtor-creditor litigation.
Antony Page (Contracts, Commercial Law-Sales)
Indiana Robert H. McKinney School of Law firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Dean Page teaches Contracts & Sales, Closely Held Business Organizations, Publicly Traded Corporations and Mergers & Acquisitions at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He graduated with Distinction from Stanford Law School and was elected to the Order of the Coif.
Honorable Margret G. Robb (How to Study)
Judge, Indiana Court of Appeals email@example.com
Judge Margret G. Robb was appointed to the Indiana Court of Appeals by Governor Frank O'Bannon, serving there since 1998. Prior to her appointment to the Court, she was engaged in the general practice of law in Lafayette and was a Chapter 11, 12 and a Standing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy trustee. As a former Indiana Board of Law Examiner who has graded many an examination, Judge Robb shares her unique insights to help demystify the Bar Exam.
Paula J. Schaefer (Family Law)
Ruppert & Schaefer PC firstname.lastname@example.org
Paula J. Schaefer is a partner in the law firm of Ruppert & Schaefer PC, where she practices exclusively in the area of family law. The state of Indiana recognizes Paula as having a certification in Family Law Mediation.
Jennifer Seymour (Indiana State Tax)
Kimberly Clark Corporation
Jennifer joined Kimberly-Clark Corporation in 2011 and has held several roles including her current role as Assistant General Tax Counsel. Prior to joining Kimberly-Clark, Ms. Seymour attended New York University School of Law and obtained an LL.M. in Taxation. She has served as the Domestic Tax Attorney for Eli Lilly and Company and as a tax associate at Barnes & Thornburg LLP.
Takeena Thompson (Torts)
Cohen & Malad LLP
TaKeena is an experienced trial lawyer who has helped clients across a range of matters. She represents beneficiaries of life insurance policies in their insurance coverage disputes.
Wanzer Edwards PC
Holly Wanzer is a founding attorney of Wanzer Edwards PC where she practices in the areas of family law, including collaborative law and domestic mediation. An experienced family law litigator, Holly is also a registered domestic mediator.
Barry Wormser (Real Property)
Wormser Legal Group
Barry concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate and business transactions. Barry’s real estate practice includes work related to new development, multi-family, management and leasing, real estate finance, and land use planning.