J. Murray Clark and Edward A. Sullivan, both of Baker & Daniels LLP, were inducted as Fellows of the Indiana Bar Foundation during the group's annual dinner and meeting recently.
Membership in the Fellows is awarded by recommendation and approval by the foundation in honor of consistent demonstration of professional distinction. Many recognized leaders of the Indiana Bar are Fellows, including several trial and appellate court judges as well as Supreme Court justices.
Clark, a partner in Baker & Daniels' Downtown Indianapolis office, practices in administrative law and government services where he represents clients in a variety of matters involving local and state governments and agencies. He also serves on several community boards, including the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, Indianapolis Foundation and Central Indiana Community Foundation.
Sullivan, a partner in the firm's South Bend office, practices in commercial litigation, product liability and education law. With a focus in representing public schools, he leads Baker & Daniels' school law team. Sullivan is a frequent speaker at Indiana School Boards Association seminars and has presented at conferences for the National School Boards Association and the Council of School Attorneys.
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