Now, as an attorney with Emens & Wolper, she represents landowners in her community as they negotiate with industry officials to lease their land for drilling.
As head of cybercrimes for the Columbus office, Jessica Kim ’11, an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, witnesses firsthand how technology is rapidly altering the way crimes are investigated and prosecuted.
Profits and environmental sustainability. What may seem like two concepts on opposite ends of the economic spectrum are actually mutually beneficial to businesses, according to Dominick Brook ’08, U.S. Leader—Global Sustainability Tax at Ernst & Young LLP (EY).
As senior vice president and general counsel of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, Melinda Haggerty ’10 plays a vital role in helping the organization achieve its mission of finding adoptive homes for children in foster care.
When Amber Zibritosky ’10 first pictured what a career in public service would look like, running for an elected position in a town of 35,000 people wasn’t quite what she had imagined. Now as law director of the city of Stow, she said the experience has been a rewarding one.
Frank Ellis Bazler ’53 passed away on May 12, 2017. He was 87. A loving husband, community leader, and passionate supporter of The Ohio State University, he is survived by his wife of 62 years, Virginia “Ginni” (Hutchison) Bazler, and many other loved relatives.
Jack Thomas ’82, an Emmy Award-winning writer and executive producer for DreamWorks Animation, talks about how the skills he learned in law school have helped shape his work in television.
Dr. Gregory Vincent ’87, a national expert on civil rights, social justice, and campus culture, has been named the 27th President of Hobart College and the 16th of William Smith College.
Brigid Heid ’90, a partner with the Columbus-based firm Eastman & Smith Ltd., uses her legal skills and knowledge to help businesses of all sizes with employment laws and regulations, as well as with protecting their intellectual property and confidential information.
A desire to pursue a career in politics may have been what brought Kwame Christian ’13 to law school, but it was the discovery of his passion for negotiation that led him to a career today as the founder of The Christian Law Office LLC and the American Negotiation Institute.
Michael Franczak ‘95 is a commissioner for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, where he’s spent the last 15 years mediating labor and employment disputes throughout the private, public, and federal work sectors.
Traci Martinez’ ’08 drive and enthusiasm for her work at Squire Patton Boggs have made her an indispensable part of the litigation team. Coupled with her innate ability to develop new business, it’s easy to see why she had one of the fastest rises to partner in firm history.