Taft attorney Nadine McSpadden was elected to the Indiana Youth Group Board of Directors. IYG serves young people ages 12-24 who self-identify as LGBTQ+, as well as their allies. She will begin serving on the board immediately. IYG strives to provide safer spaces to build self-confidence, explore individualism, and develop friendships within the LGBTQ+ community. IYG promotes a space of acceptance, equity, and restorative practices, and advocates for LGBTQ+ youth in schools, the community, and through family support services.
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McSpadden is of counsel in Taft’s Litigation practice group and focuses primarily on defending clients in complex commercial litigation both at the trial and appellate level. She has significant experience in trial advocacy as well as appellate advocacy, having served as the senior judicial clerk for the Hon. John G. Baker for the Indiana Court of Appeals prior to joining Taft.
McSpadden is an experienced attorney with a demonstrated history of working in private practice, public service in the government sector, and the judiciary. She also worked as the deputy charging prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office and was a staff attorney for the Department of Child Services in Indianapolis. Prior to that, she was in private practice in Chicago before moving to Indianapolis.