Clinical Professor of Business
Kelley School of Business
Professor Sellers began teaching at IU in 2015 after spending 16 years in the private practice of law, focusing on commercial defense and Constitutional issues. She also worked in the Office of the Mayor of Indianapolis, her home town, where she dealt with policy and legal issues that ranged from whether a police dog sniff counts as a “search” under the Fourth Amendment to whether a city can ban “adult” businesses. Professor tries to be marginally competent in piano and tennis, both of which she picked up late in life; she’s also an enthusiastic, if not fantastic, cook and baker. She teaches a section of LAMP-L416 titled "Law & Ethics At Work" for the honors certificate.
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