Karl Mulvaney Recognized as a Distinguished Barrister by The Indiana Lawyer

Friday, April 14, 2017 9:00 am

The Indiana Lawyer annually honors members of the local legal community for their professional commitments, social and civic involvement, and volunteer efforts. The Leadership in Law Distinguished Barrister and the Up and Coming Lawyer Awards are given each year to those attorneys who have shown a commitment to their profession and the clients they serve.

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is thrilled to congratulate partner Karl Mulvaney for his recognition by The Indiana Lawyer in the 2017 Leadership in Law series. Mulvaney has been recognized as a Distinguished Barrister for his demonstrated legal and client relations skills, as well as his service the legal and local community. He will be honored at the 2017 Distinguished Barrister and Up and Coming Lawyer Reception in Indianapolis on May 9.

Mulvaney focuses his practice in the areas of appellate, litigation and attorney ethics law, and has significant experience related to alternative dispute resolution, business litigation, and product and professional liability.

In August 2015, he was elected President Emeritus of the International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi. He is also appointed as counsel to the president of the Indiana State Bar Association and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. In addition, Mulvaney is an active member of the Indianapolis, Indiana State and Seventh Circuit bar associations.

“We are very proud to congratulate Karl on his distinguished recognition from The Indiana Lawyer,” said firm managing partner Tobin McClamroch. “He strives to serve clients to the best of his ability while also maintaining a deep service commitment to the community. This honor is well-deserved.”


To learn more about Karl Mulvaney and his practice, please visit his profile.

 
 
 

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