Betsy K. Greene
Betsy K. Greene was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and graduated from Broad Ripple High School. After completing a degree in English from Indiana University, Greene enrolled in the Indiana University School of Law, graduating in 1982.
Greene has spent her entire legal career in southern Indiana, starting with roles in the Morgan County Prosecutor’s Office including Chief Deputy Prosecutor, after which she became an injury attorney, first with Ken Nunn, ’67. In 2005, Greene opened Greene & Shultz with Fred Shultz, ’96.
Greene serves on the board of governors for the American Association for Justice (AAJ), also serving as chair of the public education committee. She also serves on the Monroe County Public Defender Board, and has previously served as president of the Indiana chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Monroe County Bar Association, as well as the Maurer School of Law Board of Visitors.
The Indiana Lawyer named her a Distinguished Barrister in 2015 AAJ has presented her with the AAJ Women Trial Lawyers Caucus Marie Lambert Award for leadership and the Howard Twiggs Commitment to Justice Award.
In 2017, the law school appointed her to the board of visitors. Greene was inducted into the Maurer Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 2020.
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"Betsy K. Greene" (1943). Maurer Notable Alumni. 256.