Beyond the Office
Over the years, Hunter has dedicated his time to helping the lives of others. He has lived abroad working for U.S. Embassies and non-governmental organizations, researched societal reconstruction in post-conflict regions, and has visited over 20 countries along the way. Below are some examples of what Hunter does when he isn't in the office.
- Hunter started a pro bono legal clinic in Indianapolis with a drug rehabilitation facility. Quarles & Brady is now partnered with the organization through this clinic. The clinic meets monthly with people going through the rehab program and we address their legal needs.
- Hunter is a member of the Policy Committee for the Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans (IPATH) Task Force through the Indiana Attorney General's office, which advances and advocates for various legislative initiatives designed to stem human trafficking in Indiana.
- Hunter spent time in Northern Uganda and researched the rehabilitation of child soldiers:
- Funded by a federal grant, he independently interviewed 67 former child soldiers to measure the efficacy of rehab programs.
- Featured article: "Kony 2012: a student’s firsthand experience," Wake Forest University
- Hunter spent two years in the American Embassy in Abuja, Nigeria fostering a relationship between Nigerians and the State Department. He worked in the public affairs section of the American Embassy and attended Nigerian government events and functions.