Paul Jansen received his undergraduate degree in History from Wabash College, graduating with honors and earning a rating of Distinction on his Senior Comprehensive Examinations. Paul is an Eagle Scout and after college spent a year working for the Boy Scouts of America at their Florida Sea Base, one of the Boy Scouts’ four National High Adventure bases.
In 2011, Paul graduated from Indiana University, McKinney School of Law with honors. He missed attaining higher honors by a single class rank position, which he complains about to this day. During law school, Paul was an editor of the Indiana Health Law Review.
After graduating, Paul’s career focused primarily on Federal courts, where he represented both plaintiffs and defendants. In 2013, Paul joined Threlkeld Stevenson to focus on trial work and trial advocacy. He is admitted to practice in numerous courts, including: Indiana state courts; US District Court for both the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, and the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
In his free time, Paul enjoys riding bikes and spending time with his family. He was the 2010 Indiana State Fixed Gear Criterium Champion and remains active as a Ride Leader for the Central Indiana Bicycle Association’s Broad Ripple Group Ride. Paul and his wife are the parents of an energetic little guy (who also loves to ride his bike and is very fast).