General Counsel

James Bopp, Jr.

Admitted to the bar, 1973, Indiana;1977, U.S. Supreme Court .

Education: Indiana University (B.A., 1970); University of Florida (J.D., 1973).

Awards: National Law Journal, The 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America 2013; Republican National Lawyers Association, Republican Lawyer of the Year 2009; Legatus International, John Cardinal O’Connor Pro-Life Hall of Fame Award 2005; Indiana Republican Party, State Chairman’s Award, 2001, 2005; University of Florida School of Law, Non-resident Tuition Scholarship, 1971.

Member: Republican National Committee, Vice Chairman 2006 - 2012; The Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies, Co-Chairman, Election Law Subcommittee, Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group 1996-2005; Board of Governors, Republican National Lawyers Association, 2002-present; Indiana State Bar Association.

Professional Affiliations: General Counsel, James Madison Center for Free Speech, 1997-present; General Counsel, National Right to Life Committee, 1978-present; Special Counsel, Focus on the Family, 2004-2012; President, National Legal Center for the Medically Dependent and Disabled, 1984-2010; Commissioner, National Conference of Commissioners of Uniform State Laws, 2005-2012; Member, United States National Commission for UNESCO, 2004-2006; Member, Congressional Biomedical Ethics Advisory Committee, 1987-1989; Member, National Institutes of Health, Human Fetal Tissue Transplantation Research Panel, 1988; Member, President's Committee on Mental Retardation, 1984-1987; Special Advisor, American Bar Association Working Group on the First Amendment and Judicial Elections, 2002 - 2003.

PRACTICE AREAS: First Amendment Law, Campaign-Finance Law, Constitutional Law, Election Law, Civil Litigation, Appellate Practice, and United States Supreme Court Practice.

Richard E. Coleson

Admitted to the bar, 1987, Indiana; 1990, U.S. Supreme Court.

Education: Institute of Holy Land Studies, Indiana Wesleyan University (B.A., cum laude, 1973); Asbury Theological Seminary (M.A.R., 1975); Indiana University (J.D., 1987).

Awards: Order of Barristers.

Member: Christian Legal Society.

PRACTICE AREAS: First Amendment Law, Campaign-Finance Law, Constitutional Law, Election Law, Civil Litigation, Appellate Practice, and United States Supreme Court Practice.

Jeffrey P. Gallant

Admitted to the bar, 2001, Virginia; 2007, U.S. Supreme Court.Education: Southern Vermont College (B.A., summa cum laude, Valedictorian, 1996); Regent University School of Law ( J.D., cum laude, 2001); Regent University, Robertson School of Government (M.A., cum laude, 2001).

Awards: National Dean’s List, 1993; Deans Scholar 1997 – 1998; Academic Merit Scholarship, 1998 – 2001; James Kent Inns of Court, 2000 – 2001;

Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign Finance Law, Constitutional Law,Civil Litigation, and Appellate Practice.

Courtney Turner Milbank

Admitted to the bar, 2014, Indiana ; 2018, U.S. Supreme Court.

Education: Taylor University (B.A., 2011); Taylor University (M.B.A., 2012); Regent University School of Law (J.D., 2014).

Awards: Law Review Lead Symposium Editor; Eagle Award for Highest Grade in Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Law Review Staff Editor; Moot Court Competitor.

Member: The Federalist Society; Hamilton County Bar Association.

Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign Finance Law, Election Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation, and Appellate Practice.

Amanda Narog

Admitted to the bar, 2015, Ohio; 2018, Indiana.

Education: The Pennsylvania State University(B.A., Law and Society, 2012); University of Cincinnati School of Law(J.D., 2015).

Awards: Member, UC Trial Competition Team; Member, UC Moot Court Honor Board; Brief Writer, The Sixth Circuit Clinic; President, The Federalist Society, UC Law Chapter, 2014-2015.

Member: The Federalist Society; Ohio Bar Association.

Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign Finance Law, Election Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation, and Appellate Practice.

Melena S. Siebert

Admitted to the bar, 2017, Ohio; 2018, Indiana.

Education: University of Cincinnati (B.B.A., summa cum laude, 1991); University of Cincinnati College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2017).

Awards: Order of Barristers: Henry A. Morrill Constitutional Law Prize; Ernest Karam Advocacy Award; UC Trial Competition Team; UC Moot Court Honor Board; President, The Federalist Society, UC Law Chapter 2015-16.

Member: The Federalist Society; Ohio Bar Association.

Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign Finance Law, Election Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation and Appellate Practice.

Corrine L. Youngs

Admitted to the bar, 2015, Indiana.

Education: Marian University (B.A., summa cum laude, 2011); Indiana University (M.P.A., 2015); Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D., 2015).

Awards: Norman Lefstein Award of Excellence; Elite 50 of Graduate and Professional Careers at IUPUI.

Member: St. Thomas More Society; The Federalist Society; Marian University Alumni Board, board member 2014-2016; Indianapolis State Bar Association; Indiana Bar Association; Hendricks County Young Republican, Vice Chairman, 2018-present; Hendricks County Republican Women’s Organization.

Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign Finance Law, Election Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation and Appellate Practice.