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Bette Jean Dodd

Bette Jean Dodd

Practice areas:

Energy & Utilities, State, Local And Municipal Law, Financial Markets and Services, Litigation, Appeals

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1983

  1. Appeals: 20%
  2. Litigation: 20%
  3. Financial Markets and Services: 20%
  4. State, Local And Municipal Law: 20%
  5. Energy & Utilities: 20%

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Contact Info

Lewis & Kappes

One American Square
Suite 2500
Indianapolis, IN, 46282-0003



INActive In Good Standing198308/30/2015

Professional Misconduct

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Avvo Contributions

Legal Answers


Award NameGrantorDate Granted
RecognitionSuper Lawyers2008
RecognitionSuper Lawyers2007
RecognitionSuper Lawyers2005
RecognitionSuper Lawyers2004


Association NamePosition NameDuration
Indiana State Bar Association, Utility Law SectionChair2004 - 2005
Indiana State Bar Association, Utility Law Section, Electricity CommitteeChair2001 - 2002
National Association of Bond LawyersMemberN/A
Indiana Municipal Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A
Indianapolis Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Indiana State Bar AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A


Publication NameTitleDate
Indiana Law ReviewThe Surrogate Mother Contract in Indiana1982


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Indiana University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1983
Indiana UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1975

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Utility Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association SeminarElectric Update2002
Utility Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association SeminarConsumer Update1999
Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association SeminarIssues for Telecommunication Towers Siting and Leasing1999
National Business Institute SeminarZoning Concerns and Land Use and Planing IssuesN/A