I’m a Lafayette native, and I have lived in Lafayette almost my entire life.
I have a handful of attorneys in my family, and I always knew a legal career was a possibility for me. I initially took a different route in college, majoring in Materials Science and Engineering at Purdue. Following my graduation in 2017, I worked briefly as an engineer before deciding to change course and pursue a career as a lawyer.
I interned at Ball Eggleston in the summer during Law School. Between the professionalism the attorneys in this firm have towards their work, and the friendships they have with one another, I knew I wanted to work at this firm once I became a licensed attorney.
During law school I was active in I.U. Mckinney’s Moot Court Society, becoming a member of its Order of the Barristers, and serving on its executive board during my 3L year. I was admitted to the Indiana Bar this past October, and I am extremely excited to be back in my hometown and working at Ball Eggleston.
Outside of work, I play the euphonium in the Lafayette Citizens band, and as a proud Purdue alumnus I enjoy watching Purdue football and basketball games.