The entire team from PLG attended the luncheon to support James at his installation as president Jan. 23. Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana swore in James as president with his family by his side.
As president, James will be working on many goals for the organization, with the biggest being finding new space for the offices of IndyBar and the Indianapolis Bar Foundation.
In addition, IndyBar installed its Board of Directors as well as the president of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation and its Board of Directors, which includes PLG founder Tony Paganelli as a Director and PLG attorney Raegan M. Gibson as Secretary of the Board, at the luncheon held at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre.
James leads PLG’s criminal defense and professional discipline team. He’s one of the most sought-after speakers on legal ethics and criminal practice issues in Indiana. James also is the host of the popular “Amateur Life Coach” videos on professional ethics. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife and three children.