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Indiana Bar Foundation Elects New Board Members

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Bar Foundation announced its newly elected board of directors, including four new members.

New members of the board include: Timothy Abeska, Rock Hall, MD, Drew Howk, Indianapolis, D. William Moreau, Jr., Indianapolis, and Julie Slaughter, Indianapolis.

Timothy Abeska is retired from Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s litigation department in South Bend. Drew Howk is a shareholder in Hall Render’s litigation practice group, focusing his practice on complex health care litigation. D. William Moreau, Jr. is chair of Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s interdisciplinary higher education practice group and involved in local efforts to promote civic engagement. Julie Slaughter has worked at the Marion County Public Defender Agency for fourteen years.

Alexander Orlowski, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, was elected to the executive committee. Other executive committee members include president Amy Noe Dudas, Dudas Law, Richmond, president-elect Scott Barnhart, Office of the Indiana Attorney General, Indianapolis, secretary/treasurer Caryn Glawe, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, and Hon. Thomas J. Felts, Allen County Circuit Court, Fort Wayne.

Re-appointed board members include David Guerrettaz, Evansville, and Anthony Stites, Fort Wayne.

The Indiana Bar Foundation operates multiple civic education programs, including its signature program We the People: the Citizen and the Constitution, and seeks to increase civil legal representation for Hoosiers who cannot afford a private attorney. Learn more at

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