I grew up in the Dayton area and now reside and work in Bellbrook, Ohio. I run my office from home and don't have staff in order to keep my fees low. I earned my Associate's Degree from Sinclair Community College and my Bachelor's Degree from Wright State University in Criminal Justice. While an undergraduate, I was a member of the Stop the Violence program, where I was an advocate for teens involved in domestic violence and school bullying. I was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's most prestigious academic honor society, and graduated with high honors.
I began my law school career at the University of Dayton School of Law in 2010 where I earned my Juris Doctorate and Master of Laws. During this time, I was an officer in the Intellectual Property Society, the Constitutional Law Society, and Phi Alpha Delta, a law fraternity dedicated to community service. I was in the Academic Success Program, which put me on a fast-track to graduate early. Admitted to the Ohio Bar in May of 2013, I am also licensed to practice in Federal Court for the Southern District and Northern District of Ohio.
I have experience working in multiple areas of civil practice, including bankruptcy, personal injury, creditor collections, foreclosures, and landlord/tenant law. I have worked with some of the largest and smallest law firms in the area.
Additionally, I am fully committed to my community. I enjoy giving back to organizations such as United Rehabilitation Services, Equitas Health (formerly the Aids Resource Center), the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, PBS, area daycares and the Artemis Center, just to name a few. I was the Artemis Center's Krewe Champion of the Year in 2014, raising over $7,000 for them in just a couple of months. I also do pro bono legal work monthly. I have a reputation among my clients as someone who is firm, fair, honest, and will fight to make sure they receive the best possible outcome under the law.
Contact me today to find out why!