Thomas C. Froehle, Jr., chief operating partner of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, was inducted as a Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation during the group's annual dinner and meeting on July 20, 2012, in French Lick, Ind.
Membership in the Fellows is by recommendation and approval of the foundation in honor of outstanding legal ability, commitment to the community and advancement of the legal profession. Many recognized leaders of the Indiana Bar are Fellows, including several trial and appellate court judges, as well as Indiana Supreme Court Justices.
Froehle, a partner in Faegre Baker Daniels' Indianapolis office, practices public finance law and has served as bond counsel for a variety of government entities, as well as underwriter's counsel for national and regional investment banking firms. He also assists corporate clients with economic development incentive, public/private partnership and riverboat gaming transactions. As the firm's chief operating partner and a member of the management board and executive committee, Froehle provides strategic operational direction for the firm. He also serves on the board of the Indiana Sports Corporation, Indiana Repertory Theatre and Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School and volunteers at Indianapolis Public School 39.
Joseph H. Hogsett, United States attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, gave remarks at the Fellows induction ceremony.
The Indiana Bar Foundation is a charitable foundation dedicated to strengthening access to justice and appreciation for the rule of law in Indiana by providing law-related educational opportunities for all ages, assisting people who have difficult accessing the justice system, and improving Indiana's judicial system and the legal profession. For more information, visit www.inbf.org.