Jane Herndon's practice concentration is in municipal finance. She serves as bond counsel for general obligation, lease and refunding financings by schools, cities, towns, counties and libraries.
She also has assisted with state of Indiana financings such as the State Office Building Commission and Indiana Transportation Finance Authority financings. During the 1992 legislative session, Jane served as counsel to the speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives.
Jane is serving her third term on the board of trustees of Carmel Clay Public Library. She has also served as president of the Indiana Library Trustees Association. Jane serves on several committees for the Indiana Association of School Business Officials.
She has also taught the Facilities Planning Class at Indiana State University. In addition, she is a frequent speaker for facilities classes at such institutions as Purdue University, Ball State University and Indiana Wesleyan University.
Originally from Farmington, Mich., Herndon received her Bachelor of Arts from DePauw University in 1986 and her juris doctorate from George Washington University, The National Law Center, Washington, D.C., in 1989 where she graduated with honors and Order of the Coif.
Herndon joined Ice Miller in 1989. She is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana.