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In Case You Missed It – Indianapolis Star’s “Rising Star” column features Tonya Vachirasomboon

Bingham Greenebaum Doll attorney Tonya Vachirasomboon was recently profiled in The Indianapolis Star’s “Rising Star” column. The article focuses on the path she has followed to arrive at her current legal career. It also highlights her early dream of owning her own dance studio, her transition from school to practicing law and the importance of her mentors along the way. An excerpt from the article is available below. The full article, including a Q&A with Tonya, is available on the Indianapolis Star website.

Excerpt from “Rising Star: Tonya Vachirasomboon” Tonya Vachirasomboon thought she'd someday own a dance studio. Instead, she practices in the business advisory department at Bingham Greenebaum Doll, advising clients on mergers and acquisitions, start-ups and contracts.

The finance and real estate major was minoring in dance at Indiana University with plans to teach at her own dance studio.

"For a long period, I thought I was going to be a ballet dancer," said Vachirasomboon.

But she ended up discovering a new path when she took a business law class.

"I talked to some professors and discovered that business law was something I wanted to get into," Vachirasomboon said.

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