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EMILY J. BARRY

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EMILY J. BARRY

Slide 317-565-1818 Emily J. Barry was admitted to the bar in Indiana in 2010 and has been selected by SuperLawyers as a Rising Star in the area of Family Law in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. Emily has practiced law from offices in Indianapolis since 2010. She is a Registered Domestic Relations Mediator, Collaborative Law Professional and Parenting Coordinator. She also represents children as a Guardian Ad Litem. Ms. Barry provides legal advice to clients in both Spanish and English. CONTACT EMILY Attorney Emily J. Barry

Emily Barry

Emily Barry Accomplishments

Emily Barry Accomplishments

Emily J. Barry was admitted to the bar in Indiana in 2010 and has been selected by SuperLawyers as a Rising Star in the area of Family Law in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Ms. Barry obtained her undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Connecticut College with a double major in International Relations and Hispanic Studies. She obtained her law degree from Michigan State University College of Law in 2010 with a focus on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Emily has practiced law from offices in Indianapolis since 2010. She is a Registered Domestic Relations Mediator, Collaborative Law Professional and Parenting Coordinator. She also represents children as a Guardian Ad Litem. Ms. Barry provides legal advice to clients in both Spanish and English. Emily is a board member of HAND Inc., the Noblesville Youth Assistance Program, and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis.

Practice Areas: Family Law Litigation, Guardian Ad Litem, Domestic Relations Mediation, Parenting Coordination

Bar/Court Admissions:

Federal – United States District Court – Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
State – Indiana
Year Admitted to Practice Law: 2010
Education:

Connecticut College (B.A., cum laude) (2007)
Michigan State University College of Law (J.D.) (2010)

Professional and Civic Associations:

Indiana State Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association, Family Law Section
Hamilton County Bar Association
Central Indiana Association of Collaborative Professionals
Publications:

Indiana Law Review Vol. 48, No. 4, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, “Recent Developments in Indiana Family Law” (2015)

Presentations:

“Guardians Ad Litem: Giving Kids a Voice in the Courtroom,” Indiana Paralegal Association, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana (November 15, 2017) (co-presenter)
“Mitigating Risk during Social Enterprise Transformation,” NeighborWorks America, Minneapolis, Minnesota (May 25, 2017)
“Winter is Coming: A Legal Perspective on Navigating the Holidays,” Indianapolis Bar Association, Indianapolis, Indiana (November 30, 2016) (co-presenter)

*Fluent in English & Spanish

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Webster & Garino Indiana Supreme Court Win

The Indiana Supreme Court found that forcing you to unlock your phone or electronic device for law enforcement violates your 5th Amendment right against self incrimination. On April 18, 2019, William Webster of Webster & Garino argued the Indiana cell phone case before the Supreme Court of Indiana. The case, Katelin Eunjoo Seo v. State of Indiana, Trial Court Cause No. 29D01–1708–MC–5640, and Appellate Court Case Number 18S-CR-595, went up on appeal to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in favor of Mr. Webster’s client, criminal defendant, Ms. Seo.

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