Drake T. Land is a litigator practicing in multiple substantive areas, including defending worker’s compensation and medical malpractice cases. Drake defends employers in state and federal courts and represents a variety of healthcare providers including hospitals, long term care facilities, physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, clinics, and other healthcare providers in the defense of medical malpractice claims.

Prior to joining Riley Bennett Egloff, Drake served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Indiana, where he prosecuted medical licensing actions before the State Board of Pharmacy, Medical Licensing Board, and State Board of Nursing.  Additionally, Drake pursued civil recovery of Medicaid overpayments under the Indiana False Claims Act.


Myths & Realities of GMO Labeling Initiatives, February, 2015

  • Fllowing the introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (“GMOs”) into the food market in 1994, consumer groups and multiple legislative bodies have fought to restrict their sale and label GMOs differently than traditionally developed foods.  This push to restrict the sale, or label, of GMOs is born of the fear that GMOs will have unforeseen consequences to human health and/or the environment. READ MORE

Beyond the Office

Drake and his wife, Amanda, are parents to two children.  On weekends, the group can frequently be found enjoying the Zoo or the Children’s Museum.


Indianapolis Bar Association


Ball State University, Secondary Education (2007)

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2015)

Bar Admission

Indiana (2015)

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana (2015)

U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana (2015)