Mulvaney is 2007 Recipient of the Indianapolis Bar Association's Professionalism Award
Karl L. Mulvaney, Bingham McHale, has been selected as the 2007 recipient of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s (IBA) Professionalism Award. This is presented to a lawyer having demonstrated the highest commitment to genuine professionalism and the highest standards of legal ethics.
This award is presented annually to an individual whose contributions have demonstrated the highest commitment to genuine professionalism and the highest standards of legal ethics. Individuals whose contributions in the area of lawyer professionalism set an example of insight into the demands of legal professionalism, dedication to the highest level of ethical conduct, and a vision of constant improvement of the perception lawyers in the public merited strong consideration in the selection process of this award.*
Mulvaney practices in the areas of appellate, litigation and disciplinary law. He is a 1977 cum laude graduate of the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis. Mulvaney earned his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University. He was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 1977 and is a member of the Indianapolis, Indiana State, Seventh Circuit and American Bar Associations. Mulvaney authored the article entitled: “Fundamental Change in Indiana Appellate Procedure or, What Happened To The Motion To Correct Error?” which received Res Gestae’s Best Article Award in 1989.
Bingham McHale LLP, a multidisciplinary business law firm serving regional, national and international clients, is one of the largest law firms in Indiana with offices in Indianapolis (downtown & Keystone Crossing), Jasper and Vincennes, Ind.