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LEWIS AND WILKINS Of Counsel Guest Speaker for Indiana Bankers Association

INDIANAPOLIS – Attorney Abdul-Hakim Shabazz, Of Counsel with Lewis And Wilkins LLP, works in creditor’s rights, personal injury, mediation, and local government law. 

On February 10, 2020, Mr. Shabazz was invited to speak at the Indiana Bankers Association’s “Future Leadership Division Day at the Statehouse.” According to the IBA, the Day at the Statehouse “is dedicated to giving a voice to emerging bank leaders in the political process. This event, recognized in 2015 as the Outstanding Individual Program/Event by the Indiana Society Association of Executives, is a prime opportunity to get to know legislators and learn firsthand about the legislative process.” Mr. Shabazz was invited by the IBA to give an update on the latest news and happenings in State government and the political process.   

In addition to his busy legal practice, Mr. Shabazz owns a media platform called Indypolitics.org.  He frequently serves as a moderator for non-profit or community forums that encourage dialogue and debate on local, state, and federal matters. Mr. Shabazz has extensive legal, political and public policy experience. He has covered politics in both Indiana and Illinois for more than 20 years and has worked as a Visiting Fellow at the Illinois Policy Institute, a free-market think tank in Springfield, IL. More recently, Mr. Shabazz has served as an advisor to the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice in Indiana.  Abdul is on the faculty of University of Indianapolis and Ivy Tech. He is frequently on television and radio as an analyst.  Abdul is licensed in Indiana and Illinois.  Abdul is Of Counsel with Lewis And Wilkins LLP.  The firm’s phone number is (317) 495-7100. 

Kelly McCain Smith

Kelly McKillip is the office manager of Lewis And Wilkins LLP. Ms. McKillip is responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of firm, including accounting, human resources, and communication with firm partners.

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