Courtney King is an associate in Ice Miller's Labor and Employment Group. Courtney represents and advises clients in labor and employment law matters, including federal and state litigation, wage and hour issues, and administrative proceedings before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Department of Labor. Courtney has also assisted clients with labor disputes and arbitrations, and the development of employment policies and practices.

In 2010, Courtney earned a Juris Doctor with honors from the University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law. While in law school, Courtney was elected to the Brandeis Honor Society, which is limited to those whose scholastic records are within the highest top 10% of their graduating class. Courtney also served on the University of Louisville Law Review as a notes editor.

Courtney worked as a summer associate at Ice Miller in 2009. Prior to law school, Courtney worked as a supervisor and trainer in a Fortune 100 company's investigation unit.

Courtney is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
Speaking Engagements
"Equal Pay Act and Child Labor Laws," resented at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Annual Wage and Hour Seminar in July 2014. "Wage Garnishment, Child Support, and Government Contractors," presented at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Annual Wage and Hour Seminar in July 2012 and July 2013.