Hoeppner Wagner & Evans is a great place to work and practice law. Our firm is an Equal Opportunity Employer and our work environment is structured so that attorneys and staff can maintain a balanced lifestyle between career and family. And author Kimm Alayne Walton agrees. Walton, who is a lawyer, interviewed law schools throughout the country to report which firms their graduates enjoyed the most. Her book, America’s Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (published by Harcourt Brace) includes Hoeppner Wagner & Evans as one of those firms.
In addition, Hoeppner Wagner & Evans has been recognized for its efforts to advance the practice of law for attorneys at various stages of their careers. The firm received recognition from the Indiana State Bar Association for furthering the career advancement of minority lawyers, an award bestowed by the Opportunities for Minorities Committee. The firm’s then Managing Partner, William Satterlee, was honored by the National Association of Women Lawyers with the Toch Membership Award for his work on behalf of the firm, as well as individually, to advance the outreach of the organization.