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Kirstie E. Klutzke


Kirstie hails from a small town in northern Indiana, and attended Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis where she graduated in 2014 with her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, with a minor in criminal justice. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Kirstie worked in child welfare for several years in both Indiana and Kansas and spent most of her time passionately advocating for children both in and out of the courtroom.

Kirstie graduated from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. During her time in law school, Kirstie clerked at Stuart & Branigin, interned at her county Prosecutor’s Office with their Special Victims Unit, served as a mentor in McKinney’s Pathway to Law program, and was admitted to the Robert H. Staton Moot Court Order of Barristers for being within the top 25% of oral advocates in the competition.

Kirstie’s unique professional experience prior to becoming an attorney gives her the edge needed to navigate complex legal challenges and achieve positive outcomes for her clients. Kirstie’s practice areas include railroad disputes, education law, labor and employment law, and other litigation/disputes. When not at work, Kirstie can be found cooking, baking, reading the newest Stephen King book, and spending time with her husband and their two beloved dogs.

  • Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, BA
  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Indianapolis, JD
  • Board Member, Heartford House Child Advocacy Center
  • Former Chair, Riley County Council of Social Service Agencies (Manhattan, KS)
  • Tippecanoe County Bar Association
  • Indiana State Bar Association
  • Indiana