November 17, 2005

J. Murray Clark Joins Baker & Daniels LLP as Partner

A prominent Republican, Clark ran in 2000 as a candidate for lieutenant governor and later became chairman of now-Gov. Mitch Daniels' election campaign. Elected in 1994 as a state senator representing portions of Hamilton and Marion counties, Clark has repeatedly been recognized as an outstanding legislator, in part for his ongoing support of small businesses in Indiana.
During his 23-year legal career, Clark has represented clients in business transactions, administrative and regulatory matters and real estate projects. His real estate practice has focused on real estate development, planning, zoning and land-use matters as well as negotiations in real estate financing. He is a former chairman of the Land Use Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association, and has lectured frequently in the areas of real estate law, planning and zoning.
 
"Murray is well-respected among his colleagues and constituents for his service to the state. He brings the same passion for service to his legal clients," said Brian Burke, CEO and chairman of Baker & Daniels. "Murray is recognized as an outstanding lawyer and will be a tremendous addition to our legal team."
 
Clark graduated in 1979 from Kenyon College and earned his law degree from Indiana University at Indianapolis in 1982. After graduation he joined the Indianapolis law firm of Clark, Quinn, Moses, Scott & Grahn LLP, where he has practiced for the past 23 years.
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