Dick Darst concentrates in the areas of
federal litigation, employment law and general litigation. Mr. Darst graduated from
Indiana University in 1966, and from
Indiana University School of Law in 1969. In
law school, Mr. Darst was the writer for the
Indiana Law Journal.
Mr. Darst served as a trial attorney with the United States
Department of Justice in Washington D.C., as an Assistant U. S. Attorney in Indianapolis,
as First Assistant U.S. Attorney from 1981 through 1984, and as an Interim U.S. Attorney
in 1984. He also served as deputy corporation counsel for the City of Indianapolis.
Mr. Darst has served as Chairperson of the Indiana Federal
Practice Seminar, as President of the Seventh Circuit Bar
Association, and as a member of the Federal Local Rules Advisory Committee.