Neal was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and grew up in Northeast Indiana. Neal received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University in Bloomington. After completing his undergraduate work, Neal remained at Indiana University in Bloomington, where he obtained his Juris Doctor degree.
While in law school, Neal competed in the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition and clerked for the Honorable Gerald Zore of the Marion County Superior Court. Neal also worked for the law firm of Applegate, McDonald and Koch, P.C., in Bloomington, during law school.
Neal came to the firm in 2003 and is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana and the United States District Court for both the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Neal is a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for DeKalb County, Indiana, and Attorney for the Town of Clear Lake and the Clear Lake Board of Zoning Appeals and Plan Commission. He also assists with other corporate municipal clients of the firm.
Neal resides in Auburn and is an officer of the DeKalb County Bar Association and a member of the Indiana State Bar Association
Outside of the office, Neal is active in many civic organizations, including current membership on the Board of directors for the DeKalb County United Way, DeKalb County H.O.P.E. Inc., and Woodlawn Cemetery. Neal has also served as a director in the past for the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau, DeKalb County Habitat for Humanity, and the DeKalb County Police Athletic League. Neal resides in Auburn with his wife and two children and enjoys playing golf, reading, and cheering for Indiana Hoosier athletics.
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