Stephen Howard Paul
Stephen Howard Paul was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he graduated from North Central High School (1965), Paul received his B.A. in Government from Indiana University in 1969. Paul enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law immediately after receiving his undergraduate degree. While in law school, he served as a Teaching Associate in Civil Procedure, was a recipient of the Bernard Gavit Memorial Fellowship, and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana Law Journal (v.47).
After graduating, Order of the Coif and magna cum laude, from law school (1972), Paul joined the Indianapolis firm of Baker & Daniels. He would become a partner and remain with the firm for the next 40 years, where he was recognized nationally as a leading expert on property tax law and locally as a civic leader. Paul has served as President of the American Property Tax Counsel (2012), the preeminent property law lawyers association, as well as serving more than 15 years on the law school’s Board of Visitors and chairing the group in 2016/17. Paul has been an adjunct professor at the law school for many years, teaching courses in state and local tax law. Stephen Howard Paul was inducted into the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 2012.
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"Stephen Howard Paul" (1947). Maurer Notable Alumni. 126.