- Civil Litigation
- Criminal Defense
- Personal Injury
- Estate, Trust, and Probate Litigation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
Justin Wiser, a commercial litigator in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, is a magna cum laude graduate of the Indiana University – Robert H. McKinney School of Law. While in law school, Justin founded and served as the first President of the Professional Responsibility Association, a student organization formed to promote professional responsibility and ethics-focused educational events. He also participated in Appellate Clinic and the Dean’s Tutorial Society, served on the Editorial Board of the Indiana Health Law Review, interned for the Honorable Louis Rosenberg in Marion Circuit Court, and coordinated the Indiana Mortgage Foreclosure Trial Court Assistance Project.
Prior to attending law school, Justin served in the United States Navy, where he worked as a Navy paralegal in numerous legal departments, including on board the aircraft carrier USS GEORGE H. W. BUSH during its first combat deployment. In such capacity he drafted charges and specifications for offenses under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, assisted Navy Prosecutors with court-martial cases, coordinated the Victim Witness Assistance Program, and supervised the discipline and administrative separation of enlisted personnel. For his service, he received the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, and designation as Command Sailor of the Year. In the course of his military service, Justin matriculated the University of Maryland with a B.A. degree in Communications.
Justin grew up in Carmel, Indiana, where he resides today, and graduated from Carmel High School.
- University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, MD (B.A. Communications 2010)
- Indiana University – Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D., Magna Cum Laude 2015)
- American, Indiana State, and Indianapolis Bar Associations
- Mentor Indianapolis Veterans Court
- Krieg DeVault Excellence in Editing Award, Indiana Health Law Review, Volume XI