Séamus Boyce, Partner
Séamus focuses his practice in education and public policy.
He provides effective and efficient counsel to education leaders, often advising clients on day-to-day issues and navigating clients through the Indiana Statehouse. While Séamus often serves as general counsel he tailors his services to best address client needs, providing specialized services for clients as needed, and working with preferred service providers to offer advice as conflict counsel and consultations for internal investigations.
Séamus began his practice of law in 2006. He is a frequent presenter, writer, and contributor for many organizations. He has served on the board of the national Council of School Attorneys (COSA) and continues to serve on COSA’s amicus committee. He is a founder and was the first chairman of the Indiana Council of School Attorneys (ICOSA) as well as ICOSA’s Legislative Committee.
In 2011, the Indianapolis Star featured Séamus as a “Rising Star” for his work as a lawyer, and the Indianapolis Business Journal’s Indiana Lawyer identified Séamus as an “Up & Coming Lawyer” for Indiana. Beginning in 2012, Séamus has been recognized annually by the Super Lawyers publication as a Rising Star.
Séamus is active in the Indiana State Bar Association and the Indiana Bar Foundation where he has served on the governing boards for both organizations. He received the Bar Foundation’s William G. Baker recognition for outstanding dedication to citizenship education. In addition, he helped start the State Bar’s Leadership Development Academy.
Séamus attended the University of New Hampshire School of Law where he concurrently earned both a law degree and master’s in education law. Séamus is an alumnus of Wabash College and is on the board of the Indianapolis Association of Wabash Men. While at Wabash, he became a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and Sphinx Club through which he reinstalled the College’s “Chapel Talk” speaker series. Séamus is on the board of OneZone Commerce and is chair of OneZone’s state advocacy committee. He has served on the board for Janus Developmental Services. Prior to joining Kroger Gardis & Regas, Séamus practiced law at Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim.
Séamus was born and raised in Indianapolis with his eight siblings. His wife, Erin, is a teacher for students with special needs. He has three daughters (Lena, Nellie, and Vera).
Bar Admissions and Court Admissions
- Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
- Indiana Bar Association
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Indiana Bar Foundation
- Council of School Attorneys
- Indiana Council of School Attorneys
- Community Involvement