Julia Church Kozicki Joins CCHA

POST DATE: 7.11.22
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Church Church Hittle + Antrim is excited to welcome Julia Church Kozicki to the firm’s Business Services and School + Education Law practice sections, as of counsel.

Kozicki has served as general counsel for Sigma Kappa Sorority at the national headquarters in Carmel since 2002, prior to which she clerked for U.S. District Judge Allen Sharp. She was elected to the Noblesville Schools Board of School Trustees in May 2006 and re-elected in May 2010 and November 2014, and her board tenure of more than twelve years is the second longest in board history.

Kozicki was named one of 25 Noble Millers for the Noblesville Schools 150th Anniversary, served as the Region 5 director for the Indiana School Board Association, and continues to serve on the board of the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation. She is a graduate, past dean and past board president of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy, is currently on the board of directors for Conner Prairie Museum, and is the 1st Vice District Governor for Lions Clubs International District 25D.

“Julia is a wonderful addition to the firm,” says CCHA’s Managing Partner, Alexander Pinegar. “Her professional background, working for a federal judge and for a national women’s organization nationwide sorority, brings a breadth of experience. Moreover, she is deeply-involved with the communities we serve, which will only complement her opportunities to serve clients throughout the state.”

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Kozicki is a Noblesville, IN native. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, before earning her J.D. at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, where she served as past section chair, as well as the Hamilton County Bar Association.

“CCHA has been serving Hoosiers for over 140 years,” says Kozicki. Becoming a part of such a community pillar is something I’m humbled by and honored to see come to fruition. join this practice of outstanding attorneys.”

Founded in 1880, CCHA is the oldest law firm in Hamilton County, Indiana. As a full-service law firm, CCHA provides myriad legal services to clients across a wide variety of practice areas including: complex litigation, personal injury, governmental entity and municipal law, education, business formation and representation, divorce and family law, estate planning and administration, real estate law, criminal law, labor and employment law, mediation services and appellate litigation. Church Church Hittle + Antrim serves clients across the state with offices in Noblesville, Fishers, Fort Wayne, Tipton, Merrillville and Westfield.

Learn more about CCHA at www.cchalaw.com