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Indiana Civil Rights Commission

Indiana Civil Rights Commission

ICRC > About Us > Administrative Law Judge Administrative Law Judge

Doneisha L. Posey

Judge Posey was appointed as the Administrative Law Judge for the Indiana Civil Rights Commission in September 2016. She currently presides over cases of discrimination in the areas of  housing, employment, education, public accommodations, and credit.

Prior to her appointment with ICRC, Judge Posey practiced in the private sector at The Law Firm of Fatima Johnson. She also served as a judicial clerk for Chief Judge Nancy Vaidik of the Indiana Court of Appeals during law school. Judge Posey’s background includes litigation before federal administrative agencies, particularly the Executive Office of Immigration Review within the Department of Justice, and state and federal courts.

Judge Posey received her Juris Doctor from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and received her Bachelor of Arts from Marian University. She is admitted to the Indiana Bar and the U.S. District Courts of Northern and Southern Indiana.

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