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Stephanie Cassman, partner at Indianapolis personal injury law firm Wagner Reese, was recently elected to the esteemed American Law Institute.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Wagner Reese is proud to announce that attorney Stephanie Cassman has been elected as a member of The American Law Institute (ALI), whose treatises are a vital resource for many courts across the country.

Stephanie brings years of experience to ALI. She frequently speaks and writes about trial advocacy and jury selection. She’s also a faculty member for the Trial Advocacy Skills College and a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, previously serving as the Chair of the Litigation Section and as Vice President on the Board of Directors.

Stephanie is also a Distinguished Fellow of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation. She’s been listed on the Top 50 Attorneys and Top 25 Women by Indiana Super Lawyers® in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. In 2015, Stephanie was named by her peers as the Indiana Defense Lawyer of the Year.

Her wealth of experience will be a great asset to ALI, just like it’s been for Wagner Reese. The work this organization does is essential to our legal system, and it relies heavily on the experience of its members, who are selected based on outstanding achievement in the legal profession.

Headquartered in Philadelphia, ALI works to protect the administration of justice by clarifying and simplifying common law. The organization was founded in 1923 and has since become an authority on many important legal issues referenced by courts and legislatures across the U.S.

The entire Wagner Reese team is proud to see Stephanie’s hard work and experience recognized by this esteemed organization.

About Wagner Reese:

Wagner Reese is an Indianapolis personal injury law firm representing clients throughout Indiana. The Wagner Reese team handles many types of injury claims, including vehicle accident, medical malpractice, birth injuries, wrongful death, and more.