Kaitlin T. Coons
Kaitlin in an associate attorney in the Shelbyville office of McNeely Stephenson where she practices in subrogation law.
Kaitlin joined the firm in 2017 after serving as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, where she was responsible for handling a high volume of Major Felony Narcotics cases. As a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Kaitlin spent the majority of her time in court, arguing in numerous hearings and trials.
Kaitlin’s passion for oral advocacy began in law school, where she was named to the Order of the Barristers and competed on two national moot court teams. In addition, she had the honor of serving as the Assistant Chief Justice of the Staton Moot Court Tournament. In law school, Kaitlin was a Dean’s Tutorial Society Fellow for Civil Procedure and served as the Student Bar Association Representative for the Women’s Law Caucus.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Kaitlin worked as an account manager for an Indianapolis-based digital marketing company where she managed national clients in both the public and private sector. She continued her career in marketing full-time while she attended law school in the evening. In 2014, she transitioned into her legal career, where she completed internships at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, a nationally-known law firm in their Intellectual Property practice group, and a boutique firm focused on Business Litigation.