Denise K. LaRue, ’89 Selected as Magistrate by Federal District Judges in the Southern District
On February 28, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana announced that Denise K. LaRue had been chosen as the newest magistrate judge, filling a new position created to help with the court’s heavy case load. La Rue graduated cum laude from Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis in 1989. A named partner at Haskin & LaRue, she has worked at the firm since 1994, practicing employment law. Previously, she worked for the Indiana Civil Rights Commission.
“We are very pleased that Denise LaRue, with her strong background in litigating civil matters in federal court, will be joining our court family,” Chief Judge Richard Young said in a news release. “We are certain that she will be a valuable addition to the bench.”
LaRue’s eight-year term is set to begin April 1. She would be eligible for reappointment after completing her first term.