Dean’s Roundtable with Kathy and Fred Ransier, Retired Partners, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease; Former Managing Partners, Ransier & Ransier

February 14, 2019

“Kathy Ransier is a retired partner in the Columbus office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP where she practiced corporate law. Prior to joining Vorys, Kathy was the managing partner of her firm Ransier & Ransier LLP for 26 years. With nearly 40 years of practice under her belt, Ms. Ransier has gained extensive experience in transactional law, commercial real estate, business organization, non-profit, and business development. In addition to her broad work experience Ms. Ransier is has shown a robust commitment to serving her community. She has served on numerous boards for civic organizations, educational institutions and non-profits. Her husband, Fred Ransier, is a retired partner in the Columbus office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP where he practiced bankruptcy law, government relations, real estate, litigation and financial institutions. He has served as a Bankruptcy Trustee for the Southern District of Ohio since 1988 and represented clients in commercial and real estate matters. Mr. Ransier has joined numerous boards for civic organizations, educational institutions and non-profits.”
~“Angie Plummer leverages her Moritz degree to resettle and provide legal services to refugees and immigrants in Columbus as the Executive Director of Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS). To date, she has participated in the resettlement of over 75,000 refugees and the successful resolution of many family reunification and asylum cases. Ms. Plummer combines her gifts in listening, lawyering, and advocacy to lead CRIS and drive successful outcomes for the clients whom she serves.”~~Georgie Asfoura, ‘20 “Angie Plummer leverages her Moritz degree to resettle and provide legal services to refugees and immigrants in Columbus as the Executive Director of Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS). To date, she has participated in the resettlement of over 75,000 refugees and the successful resolution of many family reunification and asylum cases. Ms. Plummer combines her gifts in listening, lawyering, and advocacy to lead CRIS and drive successful outcomes for the clients whom she serves.”~~Georgie Asfoura, ‘20 ~Haleigh Hopkins, ‘19