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Ice Miller Welcomes Sean Dewey Ice Miller Welcomes Sean Dewey

Ice Miller Welcomes Sean Dewey

Ice Miller LLP is pleased to welcome Sean Dewey as an associate in the Firm’s Litigation group.
“Sean has a teaching background that gives him the intuition for speaking to clients in their own language,” said Steve Humke, chief managing partner of Ice Miller. “We’re excited about the unique value he brings to our Litigation group.”
Sean taught high school French in Biloxi, Mississippi for two years through the University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) Teaching Fellows Program. He received his Master of Education in 2012. He still remains engaged in the field of education by supporting a number of causes, including ACE Advocates and Cathedral High School.
Sean earned his law degree from Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law and his MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in 2015, concentrating his studies on international business, competitive strategy, and corporate and commercial law. While in law school, Sean served as an executive editor of the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review and was a member of the Dean’s Tutorial Society. Before joining Ice Miller as an associate, Sean clerked with the Firm for two years from 2013-2015.
About Ice Miller LLP
Founded in 1910, Ice Miller LLP is an Am Law 200 Firm with a nationally recognized reputation in many of its practice areas. Ice Miller offers a broad array of capabilities in virtually all areas of legal practice including: corporate, patents and trademarks, bankruptcy, lobbying, labor and employment, litigation, employee benefits, environment, tax, trusts and estates, real estate, municipal finance, public affairs and government law. With offices in Chicago; Cleveland; Columbus; DuPage County, Ill.; Indianapolis; New York; and Washington, D.C., the Firm has more than 300 lawyers and 40 paraprofessionals.
This press release is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice.
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