Ulbricht Appointed Indiana State Chair for IMLA

Taft is pleased to announce that Ashley Ulbricht has been appointed as the Indiana State Chair for the International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA). IMLA appoints a state chair for each of the fifty states to act in an advisory role to the board of directors on matters of policy, programs, and membership.

Ulbricht is an attorney in Taft’s Indianapolis office and a member of the firm’s Municipal and Litigation groups. Prior to joining Taft, she served as city attorney for the City of Carmel, Ind. and general counsel to the Carmel Redevelopment Commission.

Ulbricht focuses her municipal practice in litigation with a concentration on redevelopment, real estate, utility and telecommunications, zoning and planning, land use, construction project management, music and movie licensing, code enforcement litigation, public safety discipline, contract negotiation, and employment law.

Ulbricht is active in the community and has held numerous leadership positions in professional and civic organizations. She is a member of the Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association and serves on its litigation committee. In addition, Ulbricht serves on the AIM Utilities Policy Committee. Ulbricht also volunteers on the events committee for the Carmel Youth Assistance Program (CYAP) and served on the board of directors for the Center for the Performing Arts.

She is a graduate of Valparaiso School of Law and St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame.

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