About Law Latte & Miriam Robeson

About Law Latte

Law Latte is a resource library for individuals involved in the daily decision-making of nonprofit organizations, agribusinesses, and creative small businesses in the State of Indiana. The purpose of this website is to help people understand the legal basics they need to succeed in their industry.

About Miriam

Miriam Robeson is an agriculture and nonprofit attorney in Carroll County, IN. She has been in the private practice of law for over 25 years, providing counsel to the agriculture community on business, estate, and tax planning issues, serving as corporate counsel to several nonprofit boards, and guiding small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations through the ever-tightening path of government regulation.

She currently serves as a Comimissioner for the Indiana State Fair Commission, and previously served as a Commissioner for the Ports of Indiana.

Miriam speaks throughout the state of Indiana on nonprofit formation and governance and farm business planning, and has worked with the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network and Purdue Extension in developing educational programs to serve the nonprofit and agriculture industries.

In her home community, Miriam volunteers with the Flora Community Club, the Carroll County Economic Development Corporation and the Carroll County Agriculture Association, as well as serves as a Sunday School teacher and choir director in her church. Miriam also visits elementary through high school classrooms to talk about volunteerism and American constitutional law.

She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, and the Carroll County Bar Association, as well as a She is a member of the Agriculture Section of the Indiana State Bar Association.

Miriam received her bachelor’s degree in management from Purdue University and her law degree from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis. She is married to David Pickens and they have three adult children.

Governor Pence appoints Miriam Robeson to Ports of Indiana

Miriam Robeson Added to Ag Hall of Fame