Rachel A. Stuckey
Rachel Stuckey focuses on business transactions, alcohol law and licensing issues, and school law in her work at Warrick & Boyn.
An Angola native, Stuckey wanted to be an attorney since childhood, and over the years immersed herself in the legal profession. As a high school student, she worked as a legal assistant for the Stout & Wheeler law firm in Angola.
Stuckey’s father, an entrepreneur and successful business owner, also inspired her to assist other local businesses and entrepreneurs using her legal experience.
Stuckey, along with other Warrick & Boyn attorneys, volunteered heavily in the recent state bar association’s Indiana Kids’ Election (IKE) program. As part of that statewide initiative, lawyers travel to local elementary schools, educating students about the election process.
Stuckey is a member of WIB – Women in Business Northern Indiana, a group advocating and promoting leadership of and by women. She also belongs to the Young Professionals, a Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce group that focuses on providing professional and social opportunities for the area’s younger adults.
While in law school, Stuckey mentored incoming law students as part of McKinney’s mentoring program to help with the adjustment of beginning law school.
July 28, 1990, in Angola, Indiana
Admission to Bar
Indiana University (B.A., 2013)
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D., 2016)