Louie Jorczak is an associate in Ice Miller's Litigation group. Louie graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in History from Indiana University.
Before joining the Firm, Louie's experience included serving as a Legal Intern for Blackstone Legal Fellowship where he worked on First Amendment issues for churches including religious land use concerns, and other religious freedom matters. Louie also served as a volunteer for the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. Louie’s role included creating an Elder Law Primer as a resource for staff and volunteer attorneys to use in helping clients with Medicare planning and simple wills.
Louie was an Economics and Government teacher for 11 years at Wawasee, Cathedral and Guerin Catholic High Schools. Louie has also served as a coach of various football, baseball and softball programs.
Speaking EngagementsLouie was honored by the Senior Class of 2014 of Guerin Catholic High School in being chosen to give the speech at their Baccalaureate Mass. Louie’s speech focused on the way in which our everyday lives can have a profound impact on other people.