In 2015, John David Hoover, Andy Hull, and Wayne Turner combined their significant trial skills and experience to form Hoover Hull Turner LLP, a business litigation firm located in downtown Indianapolis.
Hoover Hull Turner features uncommon depth and talent for a firm its size. Our lawyers are recognized as leaders in Indiana litigation, having tried numerous high-stakes, complex cases. By focusing on the legal issues that matter, we save time and resources for clients, while winning praise and appreciation from judges and peers alike. As a result, we have built reputations as skilled, credible, and successful advocates.
By working with a focused business litigation firm, our clients also benefit from accessible and responsive lawyers. Whether the client is a Fortune 50 company, a closely-held business, or an individual, our lawyers strive to deliver highly personal and customized service. Our experience and size drive our efficiency. We are deep enough to staff complex cases and experienced enough to be as lean and efficient as possible. Our approach strives to ensure the same high-quality counsel and top-notch service across the firm, at all levels and for every case.
Hoover Hull Turner LLP selectively hires accomplished, talented lawyers. We seek to add those who have graduated with honors, served on law reviews, and held prestigious judicial clerkships. We look for those who will take an active role in professional associations and the community, and who seize opportunities to publish and speak on their areas of practice. We hire lawyers whom we believe will be effective courtroom advocates—both on paper and on their feet.
If you have an interest in joining Hoover Hull Turner LLP, please direct a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and an unofficial law school transcript via e-mail to Hazelle Prater at HPrater@hooverhullturner.com.
Pro Bono Service
The attorneys at Hoover Hull Turner LLP have a long-standing commitment to pro bono service to clients who are otherwise unable to afford legal counsel. Our varied pro bono work includes legal advocacy on behalf of people in need through a variety of programs, including:
- Civil Trial Assistance Panel (CTAP) program the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, in which district judges request CTAP counsel to represent indigent litigants under certain circumstances;
- Mediation Assistance Program (MAP) program of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, in which volunteer attorneys represent pro se litigants for the limited purpose of advising them in connection with Court-sponsored mediations; and
- Tenant Assistance Project (TAP) program of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, in which an attorney supervisor oversees the activities of law students who represent tenants facing eviction.
Our attorneys have also accepted pro bono engagements in family law matters, most typically in connection with local bar associations. We believe that pro bono service offers our lawyers and other professionals a special opportunity for personal and professional growth.