A proud Hoosier, Veronica Schilb is motivated to help others, through her litigation practice and her interest in local and state government.
Veronica is naturally strategic. She helps analyze rules, regulations and proposed legislation, performs legal research and drafts tailored legal memoranda and related documents for clients.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg full-time, Veronica served as a summer associate and law clerk with the firm. She was also a government relations intern with the Indiana University Office of Government Relations, an extern with the Office of the Indiana Governor, and an intern with the Office of the Vice President of the United States, serving in the counsel’s office.
Veronica began her career in state government by serving three of Indiana’s governors prior to attending law school; first as a Governor’s Fellow and then as an assistant legislative director and criminal justice policy consultant. In these roles, she was instrumental in developing and implementing a system to research, track and review bills and acts each legislative session, and in providing strategic guidance regarding legislative goals and lobbying efforts.
While in law school, Veronica built upon her knowledge when she was selected as a 2018 Fellow in the Robert H. McKinney School of Law’s Program on Law and State Government. She also gained experience at the federal level of government as an undergraduate while interning for an Indiana congressman.
Veronica is not regularly admitted to practice in the local courts of Indiana.
Professional and Community Involvement
Former volunteer, Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic
Participant, Richard G. Lugar Series for Excellence in Public Service, 2013-2014