Discovery with Dina Cox

Dina Cox talks bonfires, non-guilty pleasures and four-letter words.

Published in 2018 Indiana Super Lawyers — March 2018

If you were in my office, you’d … see a great view of the downtown Indianapolis canal.

My colleagues would be surprised to know that … my husband and I maintain a 60-acre property with donkeys, chickens and a pot-belly pig.

The lawyer I most admire is … my mentor and friend Robert Wagner.

The quality I most like in a lawyer is … honesty.

My career high point (so far) has been … a four-week trial in Texas for a very appreciative client.

If I weren’t a lawyer, I’d be … a dog trainer.

When I win a case, I celebrate by … enjoying a bonfire.

On weekends I … hike with the dogs and paddleboard.

The talent I wish I had is … singing.

The most fascinating person I ever met is … difficult to identify, because I have had the luxury and pleasure of meeting so many fascinating people.

My motto is … work hard, play hard.

I wish I had invented … some sort of app.  

The last TV show I binge-watched was … Game of Thrones.

Nothing cheers me up like … a welcoming, happy dog.

I get angry when … people don’t recycle.

My guilty pleasure is … a great bottle of Cabernet—but I don’t feel guilty about it.

My favorite word is … four letters.

My least-favorite word is … anything racist or sexist.

If I won the lottery I’d … travel the world, become a talented home chef, and donate to animal and environmental causes.

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