Chrissy Astbury is an associate in Ice Miller’s Litigation Group.
 
Chrissy received her Bachelor of Arts in journalism with a minor in entrepreneurial and small business management in 2011 from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. She graduated with distinction and was a founding member of the Bloomington chapter of Kappa Tau Alpha, a national honor society recognizing excellence in journalism and mass communication. While in school, Chrissy interned for a business incubator and for one of its tech startups. Through these experiences, she gained an appreciation for the power of new media in today’s business marketplace.
 
After graduation, Chrissy worked for a public relations and social media marketing agency in Fishers, Ind., where she earned the title of Senior Account Executive. While Chrissy enjoyed working with a wide variety of local and international B2B and B2C brands, she ultimately decided to put her client relations and problem solving skills to work in the legal field.
 
Chrissy received her juris doctorate, magna cum laude, in 2017 from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. While in law school, Chrissy clerked for the Hon. Larry J. McKinney of the United States Federal District Court, the Hon. Margret G. Robb of the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Hon. Loretta H. Rush of the Indiana Supreme Court. She tutored legal writing and analysis students as a member of the Dean’s Tutorial Society and reached the finals of the Moot Court Tournament held in the Indiana Supreme Court Courtroom as a member of the Order of the Barristers. In 2015, she won the Indiana State Bar Association’s Ethics Essay Contest and presented her thesis on attorney specialization to the association’s ethics committee.
 
Chrissy has long held an interest in the environmental and utility fields. She won third place in the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources’ Renewable, Alternative and Distributed Energy Resources Committee’s 2016 Energy Law Student Writing Competition and was published in the committee’s February 2017 newsletter. Additionally, her note analyzing American and German solar energy policies was published in Volume XXVII of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review. She also served as executive articles editor of this law review during her final year of law school.
 
As a third generation Indy native, Chrissy enjoys living in Fountain Square, volunteering with local organizations and attending as many Pacers games as possible. Prior to joining Ice Miller, Chrissy clerked for Ice Miller in 2016. She is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana. 
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Published In
  • The ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources’ Renewable, Alternative and Distributed Energy Resources Committee’s February 2017 newsletter
  • Volume XXVII of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review
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