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Maurer School of Law
Bloomington, Indiana 2011
London Law Consortium
Triple Majors: Psychology, Criminal Justice, English
Honors: Cum Laude
Samantha A. Huettner, an associate at Clendening Johnson & Bohrer, P.C.,practices in family law and civil litigation. She represents clients in all facets of family law including, pre-marital agreements, legal separation, dissolution, grandparent visitation, adoption, and modification matters. Ms. Huettner is a registered domestic relations mediator. She has mediated a variety of family law issues including custody, parenting time, relocation, and property division. She also represents clients in commercial litigation and insurance matters.
Ms. Huettner clerked for the Honorable Frances G. Hill, Monroe Circuit Court VI, from 2009 to 2012. She is the Secretary of the Monroe County Bar Association. Ms. Huettner is also a member of the Indiana State Bar Association.
Ms. Huettner is a life-long Indiana native and was born and raised in Bloomington. She received her Bachelor of Art, cum laude, in Psychology, Criminal Justice, and English from Indiana University – Bloomington. Ms. Salisbury earned her J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Clerked for the Hon. Frances G. Hill, Monroe Circuit Court VI
Registered Domestic Relations Mediator
Publications Chair of DTCI’s Trial Tactics Section
Pro tem in Monroe Circuit Courts
Write monthly column for Indiana Lawyer on practice tips for young lawyers
Wrote June 2016 Trial Tactics Article for the Indiana Lawyer: “Consequences of Silence”
Indiana Civil Litigation Review- wrote September 2015 piece: “Navigating the Paper Reality We Call Proof” and have a second piece that will be out in September 2016 on constitutional issues that crop up in civil litigation