Justin T. Boren

A native of Martinsville, Indiana, Justin joined the firm in 2014 after clerking for Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP throughout law school. During his time at the firm, Justin has tried numerous criminal cases, jury trials, and represented clients throughout Indiana. In addition to representation in criminal cases, Justin has represented clients in personal injury, medical malpractice, family law, and administrative proceedings with the Indiana Attorney General. Additionally, Justin has been one of the most active attorneys in Central Indiana representing clients trying to get their driver’s license reinstated under the new special driving privileges law.

During his clerkship at the firm, Justin participated heavily in numerous jury trials including a two-week long arson trial in Nashville, Indiana that involved the ATF, a week-long child molestation case in Morgan County – both of which resulted in not guilty verdicts, as well as personal injury civil trials in Indiana.

Justin attended undergraduate at Indiana University and law school at Indiana University Indianapolis. In both undergraduate as well as law school, Justin spent significant amounts of this time studying overseas in Europe. As such, he is fluent in both German and Norwegian. While in law school, Justin attended the University of Hamburg School of Law in Germany where he was published in The European Journal of Law Reform in 2014 for his research on the criminal prosecution of pirates on the high seas. Justin has continued his involvement internationally as he has represented clients involving contractual disputes in Germany as well as translating both legal and medical documents from German to English.

When not in the office, Justin can most likely be found participating in one of his many hobbies including aviation, cycling, snow skiing, scuba diving, triathlons, and traveling.

Education


Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana, J.D.

Indiana University, Bloomington, B.A. - 2009
Honors: With Honors

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