Mark W. McNeely, born Shelbyville, Indiana, 1947; admitted to bar, 1974, Indiana. Education: Franklin College of Indiana (B.S., 1970); Wabash College; Indiana University (J.D., 1974). Phi Delta Phi.
Shelbyville City Attorney (1992-1996), Registered Mediator; Lecturer; Author: Indiana Family Practice Manual, 1985; Indiana Dissolution and Related Law 1991. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, 1972-1973. Deputy State Public Defender, 1974. Public Defender: Superior Court, 1974-1976; County Court, 1976-1984; Attorney, Shelby County Department of Public Welfare, 1976-1988. Director, 1978, President, 1988, State Public Defenders Counsel.
Member: Board of Directors, Indiana Legal Services Organizations, 1987-1990; Member: Shelby County (President, 1987-1988), Indiana State (Chairman, Family Law Section, 1988-1991) and American Bar Associations. Fellow, Indiana Bar Foundation; Listed in Who’s Who in American Law, and Who’s Who in the World.
Areas of concentration: divorce and family law; wills and estates; personal injury; governmental law; general litigation.