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2013-2014 Moot Court Boards

Professional Responsibility Board

2013-2014 Professional Responsibility Moot Court Board


Jeramy FergusonJeramy Ferguson, Assistant Chief Justice of the Professional Responsibility Interscholastic Competition

Jeramy is originally from Stewartstown, Pennsylvania. He attended Brigham Young University and graduated with degrees in Political Science and American Studies. He took a break from his undergraduate studies to serve a two-year Hungarian speaking mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hungary. After graduating from BYU he returned to Hungary as a State Department intern at the US Embassy in Budapest.

While in law school, Jeramy has been active in the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and currently serves as that student organization’s president. He is also a member of the Indiana Law Review and Dean’s Tutorial Society. He currently works in the legal department at EnerDel, Inc., a lithium-ion battery manufacturer. Outside of law school he enjoys sports, hanging out with friends, and watching movies.


Kyle CrayKyle Cray, Associate Justice of Judicial Recruitment

Kyle is a 2011 graduate of Purdue University, where he earned his Bachelors of Science in Management with a concentration in Marketing from the Krannert School of Management as well as minors in International Business, Political Science, and History. While attending Purdue, Kyle served as a University Ambassador, on-air operator for Purdue’s NPR affiliate WBAA, and was on-air talent for Purdue programming on the Big Ten Network. Kyle participated in study abroad trips to Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates and also earned semester honors and made the dean’s list through all four years at Purdue.

While in law school, Kyle participated in the 2012 Robert H. Stanton Intramural Moot Court Competition, where he made the Order of the Barristers. Kyle was chosen to represent the school in the Robert F. Wagner National Labor and Employment Moot Court Competition in New York City with partner Jay Riggs. After his 1L year, Kyle worked as a Summer Associate for Stuart and Branigin, LLP. More recently Kyle worked as a pro-bono intern at the Marion County Prosecutor’s office in the felony charging division and in Court 10 prosecuting misdemeanor bench trials. Kyle is spending his second law school summer working as a Law Clerk for Bennett, Boehning, & Clary, LLP and The Karpe Litigation Group. Kyle rejoins the Marion County Prosecutor’s office for his third year of law school as one of thirteen Certified Legal Interns prosecuting major felony jury trials. Kyle has also had the distinction of being selected as a Criminal Law class fellow for the school’s Dean’s Tutorial society and is a member of Phi Delta Phi. Outside of law school, Kyle enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and outdoor activities.


Shruti SharmaShruti Sharma, Associate Justice for Finance, Fundraising & Communications

Shruti graduated summa cum laude from Purdue University Calumet with a Bachelors of Science in Management. At Purdue, she double-majored in both Accounting and Finance and completed her degree in only three years. Additionally, Shruti consistently made the Dean’s List and Semesters Honors, and even received a National Merit Award for Accounting and an Outstanding Finance Student Award. Additionally, Shruti served as Secretary of the Finance and Accounting Club and as a Teacher’s Aid for upper level accounting courses.

While in law school, Shruti served as Treasurer for Phi Delta Phi- International Legal Honor Society and as a member of the Business Law Association. Additionally, Shruti interned at Indiana Legal Services and has served as a bankruptcy law clerk at Redman Ludwig P.C. Attorneys at Law, both located in downtown Indianapolis. Shruti will graduate in May 2014, and in addition to obtaining her law license, Shruti hopes to obtain her CPA license sometime in the future.


Marilyn ParkMarilyn Park, Associate Justice for Event Planing

Marilyn grew up in Warsaw, Indiana and is a 2011 graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. During her time at IU, Marilyn was actively involved in the Indiana University Student Foundation and she studied abroad in Spain during the summer of 2009.

While in law school, Marilyn has served on the Phi Delta Phi Executive Board as the Social Chair. Marilyn works as a Certified Legal Intern at the Marion County Prosecutor's Office in the Major Felony Division, where she has worked since May 2012. Additionally, Marilyn has earned over 400 pro bono hours, and has externed at the Marion County Prosecutor's Office Juvenile Division. Marilyn is pursuing the Criminal Law Concentration and will graduate in May 2014.


Adam IraAdam Ira, Associate Justice of Problem Creation

A Bloomington native, Adam graduated from Indiana University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Culture. Adam expects to graduate from IU - McKinney in 2014.

Adam competed in the 2012 Robert H. Staton Intramural Moot Court Competition. In his second year of law school, Adam tutored Criminal Law and Constitutional Law as a Fellow for the Dean’s Tutorial Society. Adam is currently serving as the Fellowship Director for the Dean’s Tutorial Society. In the summer of 2012, Adam was a law clerk for the Nice Law Firm in Indianapolis. Adam is currently a summer law clerk for Bleeke Dillon Crandall, P.C. in Indianapolis. Adam is also a research assistant to Professor Martin.

Outside of law school, Adam enjoys endurance training, golfing, and the occasional motorcycle ride.


Cameron HuffmanCameron Huffman, Associate Justice of Rules, Scoring, & Scheduling

Cameron graduated from Indiana University at Kokomo in 2011 as a double major in English, with University Honors, and New Media Communication. During his junior and senior year, Cameron was the chief editor of From the Well House, IU Kokomo's annual print review of arts and sciences. Also during his junior year, Cameron was selected by IU Kokomo faculty as the inaugural winner of the Phoenix Prize in English.

Cameron is working towards graduating with a concentration in health law. In addition to serving on the Professional Responsibility Moot Court Board, he is the social media chair for the Health Law Society and is currently a special crimes intern with the Marion County Prosecutor's office. Previously, Cameron was employed in the Patient Access department of St. Joseph Hospital in Kokomo for five years.