Indianapolis, IN
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Leslie B. Pollie joined Kopka Pinkus Dolin PC in November of 2011 as an associate in the Indianapolis office and became a shareholder in 2015. Leslie is an experienced litigator, having represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts as well as before a number of state administrative agencies. Leslie’s current practice is focused on general tort litigation and insurance defense litigation, representing clients in a broad range of matters including professional malpractice, medical malpractice, government entities/employers, general negligence, premises liability, and breach of warranty.

Leslie is the primary Indiana counsel for one of the world’s largest dialysis providers, representing its facilities against all legal claims from medical malpractice to premises liability, and in proceedings before State and local agencies. Leslie has developed a proficient practice defending a variety of clients in professional liability matters including: realtor malpractice, medical malpractice, legal malpractice of individual attorneys and law firms, errors and omissions, as well as director and officer actions.

Having represented both plaintiffs and defendants throughout her career has given Leslie a unique perspective and ability to evaluate, negotiate, and litigate cases. Leslie is focused on providing excellent quality legal representation while building long-lasting relationships with her clients.

American Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association
Defense Trial Counsel Institute
National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators (NSPII)

Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana

2010 Indiana “Rising Star”
Graduate, Indy Bar Leader Series VII

Indiana University School of Law, J.D. cum laude, Order of the Barristers
Purdue University, B.A.


  • Weinberger v. Boyer, Indiana Court of Appeals, October 19, 2011, No. 45A03-1011-CT-598.
  • Wabash County Young Men’s Christian Association, Inc. v. Thompson, 975 N.E.2d 362 (Ind. Ct. App. 2012).