Courtney Rene Tobin
Courtney Rene Tobin was born on April 24, 1967. A 1985 graduate of Belvidere High School in Belvidere, Illinois, Tobin attended the University of Illinois. She received her B.S. degree in Speech and Hearing in 1989 and then enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law. Tobin received her JD degree from the law school in 1992.
Tobin practiced law with the Indianapolis firm Krieg DeVault, LLP, before moving to the public sector. She served as General Counsel for the Indiana Department of Commerce and the Office of the Commissioner of Agriculture, where she helped interpret and develop policy for the state’s economic community. She then became the General Counsel and Executive Director for the Indiana Development Finance Authority, where she managed the state’s capital access, industrial development bond, and brownfield redevelopment programs. Tobin relocated to Georgia, to become Associate Director of the J. W. Fanning Institute, the economic development unit of the University of Georgia. She returned to Indiana as Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer of Sycamore Advisors, LLC. She is responsible for the firm’s regulatory compliance and manages bond transactions.
Tobin has served on the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Alumni Board since 2008, and served as President of the board in 2016. A recipient of a Sagamore of the Wabash award from the Governor Frank O’Bannon, Tobin received a Distinguished Service Award from Maurer Law in 2017.
Maurer Alumni, Distinguished Service Award
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