Noblesville lawyer promoted to TOPDOG director of legal content – Hamilton County Reporter

Indiana attorney Heather Kane has been promoted to director of legal content at TOPDOG Legal Marketing, LLC. A 25-year-old lawyer with experience in the publishing industry, her skills are a perfect fit for the position, and TOPDOG is delighted to have her in this role.

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Kane earned his Juris Doctor degree from Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in Organizational Communication and German. To her work at TOPDOG, she brings skills from her time in private practice, as a court clerk, and as a court staff attorney.

As a visiting clinical assistant professor at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, Kane taught a course on legal analysis, research, and communications. She has also worked at Lexis Nexis and Pearson Education, two respected names in the digital publishing industry.

“Heather is a perfect fit as the new Director of Legal Content for TOPDOG,” said TOPDOG CEO Krista Duncan Black. “Her legal background and law degree are, of course, essential, but her passion for learning means she is always moving forward in our ever-changing digital environment. I am thrilled to have Heather on our leadership team. his ideas are brilliant.

A longtime resident of Indiana, Heather lives in Noblesville with her family and pets. She is active in the local community, volunteers with various organizations and is very involved in her church.

Learn more about Kane and TOPDOG Legal Marketing LLC at topdoglegalmarketing.com.

About TOPDOG Legal Marketing, LLC

TOPDOG Legal Marketing’s attorney-led team serves clients nationwide, providing legal content, digital marketing, and website design and maintenance services to help attorneys and law firms ” find yourself” online.

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