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Tricia Freije

Member , Indianapolis IN


Tricia Freije

Member , Indianapolis IN

A Partner with the Indianapolis office, Tricia joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2022 as part of the firm’s merger with Katz Korin Cunningham. She is a member of the firm’s Healthcare group.

Tricia focuses her practice on the defense of healthcare providers in litigation and has extensive experience representing medical licensees who are the subject of consumer complaints filed with the Attorney General’s Office. She has represented clients in both state and federal courts of law involving an array of medical-related issues.

After graduating from law school, Tricia began her legal career in Atlanta, GA, where she practiced medical malpractice defense for several years before relocating to Indiana. She served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Indiana, where she represented various healthcare-related licensing boards and other state entities in courts throughout the state.

Healthcare: Tricia and her team understand the unique regulations and oversight that affect the way our healthcare clients do business and are keenly focused on protecting their interests.


University of North Carolina School of Law, 2006, J.D.

Baylor University, 2002, B.A.




Admitted In

  • Indiana

  • Georgia

  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana

  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia

  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia

Professional & Community Activities

  • Indianapolis Bar Association

  • Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana

  • Indiana Society for Healthcare Risk Management: Board of Directors, 2020 – present


  • The Best Lawyers in America®, Litigation — Health Care, 2022 – present


  • Lifecyle of Licensing Litigation: Information for Healthcare Risk Managers, ISHRM Spring Conference, 2024

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