Houin is originally from Plymouth and graduated from Plymouth High School in 1996. He competed on the Plymouth Speech Team all except his junior year, when he attended Wentzinger Gymnasium in Freiburg, Germany as a recipient of the Congress-Bundestag student exchange scholarship.
He received his bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and then held several sales and management positions with RadioShack and RadioShack.com in Indiana and Colorado.
He and his family returned to Plymouth in 2003 where he first worked as an advertising representative for the Pilot News Group before attending the University of Notre Dame Law School. While in law school, Houin said he was able to apply his Plymouth Speech Team training to earn one of only four positions on Notre Dame Law School’s prestigious Moot Court Showcase Team.
Since returning to Plymouth, he has also returned to the Plymouth Speech and Debate team as an assistant coach.
After law school, Houin began a private practice in South Bend before joining the Indianapolis-based law firm of Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C. to open their South Bend office.
Houin said, “I am happy to bring Plymouth Community School Corporation to the list of prominent clients of Doyle Legal Corporation. For me personally, it is an exciting opportunity to work with administrators, teachers and board members from whom I have learned so much over the years. I owe much of my career success to the Plymouth community and the Plymouth School Corporation, and I look forward to applying that success as legal counsel for the Corporation.”
Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C. is a full service law firm with offices in Indianapolis and South Bend. For over 20 years, Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C. attorneys have provided legal services to an ever expanding base of corporate and individual clients at the state and national level.
Houin said, “The success of our practice can be measured only by our clients’ satisfaction. At Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C., we work hard both to earn our clients’ business and their satisfaction.”
Carol Anders Correspondent