Leonard Dennis Fromm


Leonard Dennis Fromm



Leonard Dennis Fromm was born in Harlan Iowa in 1942. He received his B.A. from Conception College (1965) and his M.A in counseling psychology from Marquette University (1967). He also studied math and engineering at Creighton University before earning his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin (1977). He joined the Indiana University School of Law in 1979 as its Director for Student Affairs and ultimately became the Associate Dean of Students and Alumni Affairs.

In his 33 years at the Law School, Fromm advised and assisted students with every conceivable issue a student can face. It is estimated that he interacted with nearly 6,000 students, or 60% of the school’s alumni, and stayed in touch with a staggering number of them after graduation. His compassion and dedication to the students and alumni of the Law School was legendary.

Fromm received the school’s Gavel Award for outstanding contribution to the graduating class five times. The school’s Public Interest Award is named in his honor. He was inducted into the Law School's Academy of Alumni Fellows in 2015. Len Fromm died in 2013.


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