Lori M. Craig is committed to ensuring that Hoosiers have effective counsel when it comes to making financial and health care decisions for themselves and their families.
Lori is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana and in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
Lori is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is also a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. She frequently serves adults and children as a Guardian ad Litem and is a member of the Indiana State Guardianship Association.
Lori M. Craig’s Education and Background
Lori is a graduate of the Morgan County Leadership academy and serves on its board. Lori has worked with the Senior Law Project at Indiana Legal Services and completed externships with three courts in central Indiana.
Lori graduated cum laude from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in December 2014. In addition to her Juris Doctor, she completed the requirements for health law certification, which includes elder law.
During law school, she served as the vice-chair of the legal division of the Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic. Lori participated in the Health Law Society, the Women’s Caucus, Moot Court, and the Indiana Law Review.
Lori’s law review note discussing POST in Indiana was the first student note published on the Indiana Law Review Blog (available here). She is also the author of a practical guide to family discussions of end-of-life health care concerns (available here). In addition, she is a co-author of Estate Planning: A How-to Guide, through the National Business Institute. Among other topics, Lori has presented on elder law, estate planning, and Medicaid planning.