Alumni Krauss ’76 and Church ’70 Named to New AG Transition Team
Indiana Attorney General-Elect Greg Zoeller has named the transition team that is assisting him in reviewing the current operations of the Office, its structure and ways to provide greater service to the public and to the governmental entities the Attorney General represents.
“It’s an honor to serve as the State of Indiana’s Attorney General, and I appreciate the distinguished group of individuals who have agreed to work with me in developing and enhancing our current operations to build upon the service the people of this state have come to expect from the office," said Zoeller.
Two prominent alumni of the law school are working on the transition team. Doug Church, ’70 and John Krauss, ’76. Church is Immediate Past President of the Indiana State Bar Association and a senior partner at Church, Church, Hittle and Antrim. Krauss is the Director of the Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, as well as the Indiana University Public Policy Institute and the IU Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, Adjunct Professor of Law, and Clinical Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs.
"This is an experienced and knowledgeable group that will help me focus on my commitment to serving the State of Indiana to the best of my ability by reaching out to those we serve during challenging times," added Zoeller.
Zoeller was selected in the November election to succeed Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter. The Attorney General-Elect will officially take office Monday, January 12, 2009 following an 11: a.m. swearing-in ceremony in the Indiana Statehouse.