Glen E. Koch II

Glen is a successful and respected trial attorney. Often referred to as a “lawyer’s lawyer”, he has served as a plaintiff’s attorney in federal court and has defended white-collar criminal cases in federal court. He also represents clients in criminal and civil matters before the Indiana Court of Appeals.

Glen graduated summa cum laude from Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis where he served as an Associate Editor for the Indiana Law Review, was a recipient of the Harold R. Woodard Scholarship as well as the Law Alumni Scholar Scholarship, and he served as a member of the Order of the Barristers. During law school, Glen clerked for Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP.

Glen’s interest in law began while he was an undergraduate at Liberty University and a member of the debate team. He participated in more than 300 debates where he honed his skills in oral argument. He graduated from Liberty University magna cum laude. Glen enjoys spending time with his two daughters as well as snorkeling, traveling to the Caribbean, hunting, skiing, and sport shooting. He is a member of the Pleasant Heights Baptist Church of Indianapolis where he teaches, serves as a deacon, and leads mission trips to Jamaica.

Glen is a member of the Community Corrections Board of Morgan County, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, the Morgan County Bar Association, and the Indiana State Bar Association. Glen has also coached a national moot court team at the Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis.

Education


Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana
J.D. summa cum laude - May, 2010
Honors: Harold R. Woodard Scholarship 2007-2010
Honors: Order of the Barristers 2008-2009
Honors: Law Alumni Scholarship 2007

Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia
B.A. magna cum laude - May, 2007
Major: History

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