Faegre Baker Daniels has been practicing law in Indianapolis since 1863. After decades of success with a downtown office in Indiana's state capital, the firm added a 96th Street location on the city's far north side in 2000 to better meet the growing needs of clients in Central Indiana.
Working in Indianapolis offers the best of both worlds, blending the heart of a small Midwest town with the excitement of a big U.S. city. The nation's 13th-largest city is home to four professional teams and the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Outside the athletic arena, Indianapolis provides the best in thriving arts and entertainment, renowned museums, fine dining, upscale shopping and a bustling schedule of cultural activities and festivals.
Indianapolis has been ranked the nation's most affordable housing market among cities with a population greater than 1 million. The city's neighborhoods run the gamut from downtown lofts to tree-lined communities. Metropolitan housing options extend to spacious lakefront homes, peaceful rural towns and quaint neighborhoods.
Adventure is affordable and convenient. You can go to a museum, zoo and baseball game in one trip to White River State Park, which provides an awesome array of attractions and activities in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. The canal offers walkers, joggers, skaters and paddle boaters a scenic excursion through places where people live, work and shop.
Indianapolis—also the capital of Hoosier hospitality—has a proven track record as a leading host for major sporting and entertainment events, conventions, trade shows and other special programs. No place accelerates motor sports more than Indianapolis, the racing capital of the world. The city is host to the Indianapolis 500—"The Greatest Spectacle in Racing"—each May and the Brickyard 400 every summer.
The NCAA headquarters are located in Indianapolis, and the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four is on a rotation to be played in the city an average of once every five years through 2039. The city also hosts the annual Big Ten Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments. In all, Indianapolis has been the site of more than 400 national and international athletic events (including the 1987 Pan American Games) and 16 U.S. Olympic team trials.