Andrew Brian Buroker
Andrew Brian Buroker was born in Marion, Indiana. Upon graduating from Wayne High School (1980) in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Buroker enrolled at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Buroker received his B.A. degree from DePauw in literature in 1984. Accepted into the Indiana University School of Law in 1984, Buroker initially postponed his legal education to work for Indiana Senator Dan Quale, first as a Senate Field Representative and then as Deputy Finance Director. Buroker ultimately enrolled at the law school in the summer of 1987, receiving his JD degree, cum laude, in December of 1989. While in law school, Buroker participated in the school’s London program studying and working as an intern for Sir Fergus Montgomery in the British House of Commons.
Buroker spent 14 years as the Town Attorney of Zionsville, Indiana. He then entered private practice and is currently a Partner in the Indianapolis offices of Faegre Baker Daniels. Buroker’s practice focuses on the intersection of commercial and real estate finance, real estate transactions, and municipal government. Buroker has been active in multiple civic and educational organizations, serving on the national board of the American Heart Association, the Indiana Leukemia and Lymphoma Society board, and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law’s Board of Visitors (2012-14). Additionally, Buroker served on the law school’s Alumni Board from 2006 to 2015 (serving as President in 2014).
Andrew Brian Buroker has received multiple honors for his service to his community, including 2002 Indianapolis Mayor’s Community Service Award, the 2006 DePauw University Alumni Achievement Award, and the 2007 American Heart Association’s National Volunteer Leadership Award. In 2004, Buroker was a recipient of the Indiana University School of Law’s Distinguished Service Award.
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