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EMILY L. ANGEL is an attorney with the GAL program at Kids' Voice of Indiana. Before joining Kids' Voice, she worked as a staff attorney at Indiana Legal Services, Inc. A graduate of the Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) Leadership Development Academy, Emily is active in the ISBA, where she currently serves as the Chair of the ISBA's Public Relations Committee and as a member of the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Committee. Ms. Angel graduated with a degree in History & Political Science from the University of Evansville and received her law degree, cum laude, from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. She is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association (Indy Bar) and serves on the Indy Bar Professionalism Committee. Ms. Angel is also a volunteer judge for Reach For Youth's Teen Court program, mentors a high school student through Starfish Initiative, and is a volunteer for COIN (Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors). She also recently joined the Board of Directors for the Children's Policy and Law Initiative.
BRYAN LEE CIYOU is a trial and appellate attorney at the Indianapolis law firm of Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. He earned his B.A. degree, with distinction, and graduated through the honors program, along with his J.D. degree, cum laude, at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. One of Mr. Ciyou's key practice areas is firearms law wherein he represents a wide spectrum of clients, including licensed manufacturers and dealers, gun show promoters and businesses with firearms issues, and individuals involved in deadly force and related criminal encounters. He also consults across the United States with lawyers and those in the industry regarding civil, criminal and/or regulatory matters. Mr. Ciyou has qualified as an expert witness in firearms cases. He has written several books on firearms law, including several editions of the Indiana Firearms Law Reference Manual and the annual reference manual, Gun Laws By State (2016). This text compiles and distills the thousands of gun laws and driving concepts and simplifies the complex interaction of local, state, and federal gun laws for citizens and LEOs who carry firearms off duty in other states. He also wrote a portion of Inside the Minds: Strategies for Defending Firearms Offense Charges, published by Thomson Reuters (2013). He is frequently featured in the local, state, and national media on firearms issues of the day. In addition, attorneys, judges, police officers, news reporters, legislators, and everyday citizens wanting to know more and accurate information, regularly reference his books. He is a frequent lecturer on gun laws and has been active on the legislative front, including advising lawmakers in drafting proposed legislation, considering current laws, and testifying about the impact of firearms legislation and regulation at the local, state and national level. Mr. Ciyou frequently teaches groups, ranging from LEOs to attorneys, covering a wide variety of topics, such as current trends and the components of defending or analyzing a deadly force encounter. Mr. Ciyou was also a presenter at the NRA's 17th Annual National Firearms Law Seminar, covering material title the Federal Firearms Disqualifications and the Restoration of Rights, in April of 2014. He is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and the Second Amendment Foundation.
D. ELIZABETH COX joined Kids' Voice of Indiana as an attorney for the Guardian ad Litem and Children's Law Center Programs in January 2018. Prior to her admission to the bar, She served the legal community as a paralegal and later as an analyst for the Office of the Indiana Attorney General Consumer Protection Division. In 2011, Ms. Cox and law partner, Colin Koons, opened Cox & Koons, LLP with a mission to provide affordable legal representation to modest means clients across the state.Â She has been a volunteer GAL for more than ten years, many of which have been for Kids' Voice. Currently, Ms. Cox volunteers as a GAL with Kids' Voice and with the Brown County CASA program. She is a graduate of Franklin College and received her J.D. degree from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. Ms. Cox is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, serving on a number of committees, and is also a member of the Brown County Bar Association.
JONATHAN R. DEENIK is a sole proprietor in Indiana, where he has represented medical, legal, accounting, financial, closely held business owners, family farms, executives and other professionals and spouses. He has assisted clients living in Texas, California, Florida, Oregon, South Dakota, New York, Hawaii, Ohio and Illinois with matters pending in Indiana. Mr. Deenik has concentrated his practice in both trial work and appeals related to relationship transitions including matrimonial and family law, paternity, cohabitation agreements, premarital and postnuptial agreements, child custody, relocation, parenting time, support, and interstate disputes and modifications. He is a certified family law specialist - Family Law Certification Board. Mr. Deenik also is a trained collaborative lawyer, as trained by the Central Indiana Association of Collaborative Professionals, of which he is a member. He also is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Mr. Deenik serves on the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association. He has been named by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in the area of family law in 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 & 2015 as published in Indianapolis Monthly. Mr. Deenik was named as a Top 40 under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He has been sought after to be a presenter a number of seminars for National Business Institute, the Indianapolis Bar Association and the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum. Mr. Deenik earned his B.A. degree, with honors, from Valparaiso University and his J.D. degree from Indiana University School of Law.
MATTHEW P. DINN is a partner with the Indianapolis law firm of Popcheff & Dinn, LLP. He focuses most of his practice on family law issues and also owns Brightline Legal Consulting, a practice management and practice development company that helps solo and small firm attorneys become better business owners. Mr. Dinn also assists small business clients with contracts, policies and strategic planning. He is an active member in the Indiana State Bar Association as the chair of the Law Practice Management Committee, a member of the Membership and Membership Benefits Committee, a member of the Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts (AFCC), and a former member of the second Indiana State Bar Association Leadership Development Academy. Mr. Dinn regularly volunteers with the Indianapolis Bar Association, and sits on the IndyBar Pro Bono Committee, in addition to being a volunteer guardian ad litem for Kids' Voice of Indiana. Mr. Dinn earned his B.A. degree from DePauw University and his J.D. degree from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. During law school, he was the executive articles editor for the Indiana Law Review.