Mary Margaret Larimore (Nold)
Mary Margaret Larimore (Nold) was born in Haddonfield, New Jersey. She was raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and graduated from that city’s North Side High School in 1974. She initially enrolled at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne while still in High School, but eventually transferred to the IU Bloomington campus, where she graduated with an A.B. in Political Science in 1977. She then enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law where she received her JD, cum laude, in 1980. While in law school she served as a notes editor to the Indiana Law Review (v. 55) and authored her own note in v.55 no.2 (see below).
After law school, Larimore joined the Indianapolis offices of Ice Miller LLP. She has spent more than 35 years with the firm where she serves as a Partner. At Ice Miller, Larimore’s primary practice concentration has been in litigation, focusing on product liability litigation, the defense of pharmaceutical and drug and device manufacturers, chemical companies, toxic tort litigation and commercial litigation. Larimore has served as national, regional and local counsel in drug, device and chemical exposure litigation, as well as expert witness counsel, and regularly addresses scientific, epidemiologic and complex medical issues in multi-jurisdictional litigation.
Larimore was the first Indiana woman to be inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and was the first woman to serve as litigation director at Ice Miller. Larimore is an active advocate of civil justice reform and has regularly represented pro bono clients in a variety of cases. Larimore has served on the Indiana University Maurer School of Law’s Board of Visitors since 1999 and was inducted into the school’s Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 2018.
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"Mary Margaret Larimore (Nold)" (1956). Maurer Notable Alumni. 145.