Two BGD Attorneys Recognized as Leaders in Law by The Indiana Lawyer
Each year, The Indiana Lawyer recognizes 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 annually to those attorneys who have shown a commitment to their profession and the clients they serve.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is thrilled to congratulate attorneys Roxana S. Bell and Katherine G. Erdel for their recognition by The Indiana Lawyer in the 2015 Leadership in Law series. Both Roxana and Kate will be honored at the 2015 Distinguished Barrister and Up and Coming Lawyer Reception in Indianapolis on May 5, 2015.
Roxana S. Bell has been recognized as an Up and Coming Lawyer for her demonstrated legal and client relations skills, as well as how she serves the local community. She currently serves as President-Elect of the Marion County Bar Association. Roxy has also been selected for the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor & Employment Young Lawyers Division Fellowship Program. She focuses her practice in the areas of discrimination defense and general employment and workplace policies.
Katherine G. Erdel has also been recognized as an Up and Coming Lawyer for her established excellence in legal and client relations and community service. She currently serves as the IBA Young Lawyers Division Executive Committee Education Committee Co-Chair. Kate also volunteers for the IndyBar “Ask a Lawyer” program. She focuses her practice in the areas of discrimination defense, wage and hour advice, general workplace policies, and employment agreements and covenants not to compete.
Both Bell and Erdel were also selected for Class XII of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Bar Leader Series last year.
“We are very proud to congratulate Roxy and Kate on this distinguished recognition from The Indiana Lawyer,” said firm managing partner Tobin McClamroch. “Both strive to serve their clients to the best of their ability while also maintaining a deep service commitment to the communities in which we work. This honor is well-deserved.”