Susan A. Choe
Susan A. Choe
Susan Choe joined the Ohio State University Student Housing Clinic as director and supervising attorney in April 2004 and served in that capacity until the summer of 2007. She has specialized in public interest law since she graduated from the Moritz College of Law in 1996.
During law school, she worked for a Columbus civil rights law firm, Spater, Gittes, Schulte & Kolman, which lead to other work in the public interest field.
Following graduation, she worked as a housing attorney in the special litigation and support unit of Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE), where she did extensive litigation on Ohio landlord-tenant issues.
Ms. Choe also served as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Columbus for two years, and later as supervising attorney for the Legal Aid of Western Ohio, in Toledo. During her time at Legal Aid of Western Ohio, she was asked by the City of Toledo to provide comments and analysis on proposed predatory lending legislation.
As director and supervising attorney for the Ohio State University Student Housing Clinic, Ms. Choe supervised second and third-year law students who participated in the clinic. She also supervised the legal work of law student clerks and interns, in addition to providing legal representation to Ohio State students on landlord-tenant matters.