If you’re thinking about the law as a career, the Ohio State Bar Association would like to help. We’ve gathered information from a variety of sources, including the Supreme Court of Ohio, which is responsible for licensing attorneys in Ohio, and the OSBA. These materials are designed to give you more information about how to explore your interest in a legal career.
If you think you might be interested in becoming a lawyer, you should also speak with your high school and college advisors, talk with people you know in the legal profession, or contact your local bar association. While law school is a big commitment, both in terms of time and dollars, it can lead to a very rewarding career. Gathering information, including employment prospects and realistic income expectations, is a wise first step.
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The following attorneys are available to speak with Ohioans considering a career in law.Judge Patrick Fischer
First District Court of Appeals
(513) 946-3476JudgePatFischer@gmail.comJeffrey T. Heintz
Brouse McDowell, LPA
(330) 535-5711 JHeintz@brouse.comJohn D. Holschuh Jr.
Santen & Hughes
(513) firstname.lastname@example.orgJudge James Jensen
Sixth District Court of Appeals
(419) email@example.com Carol Seubert Marx
Attorney at Law
(740) firstname.lastname@example.org Carmen Roberto
Bernlohr Neikamp and Weisenell
(330) email@example.com James Sillery
Mollica, Gall, Sloan, Sillery & McCarthy Co., LPA
(740) firstname.lastname@example.org James K. Weaner
Weaner, Zimmerman, Bacon Yoder & Hubbard