|Toledo attorney Martin E. Mohler was elected to become the Ohio State Bar Association’s president-elect at the OSBA’s Annual Convention in Cleveland. Mohler will take office as OSBA president on July 1, 2014.
his goals for the future of the OSBA, Mohler said, “The OSBA is
dedicated to serving its members, often in the face of complex
challenges. I have been, and remain, committed to giving our membership
the utmost in value and service.” Mohler, who has served a three-year
term on the OSBA Board of Governors, noted that he “welcomes the opportunity to continue to serve and to increase diversity and outreach to OSBA members.”
Mohler is a partner in the Toledo firm of Shindler, Neff, Holmes,
Worline and Mohler, LLP, and has served the Northwest Ohio community for
almost 40 years. His broad general practice covers both criminal and
civil law, including business/corporate matters, personal injury,
wrongful death, family/domestic relations, probate and estate planning,
real estate, attorney discipline/ethics and arbitration/mediation.
former president of the Toledo Bar Association, Mohler is also a member
of the Toledo, Ohio and American bar associations and a life member of
the Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference. He is also a fellow of the Ohio State Bar Foundation.
He has been an active member of the OSBA, most recently having chaired
the Government Affairs Committee of the OSBA Board of Governors. He also
serves on the Advisory Council on Diversity Initiatives and the Board
of the Law Abstract Publishing Company, and served on the 2012 OSBA
Commission on Judicial Candidates.
is actively involved in his Toledo community. He volunteers at a local
soup kitchen and serves on the Toledo Bar Association Pro Bono Board. He
also chairs the Facility Governing Board for the Correctional Treatment
Facility for Lucas County. In addition, he is a former member of the
board of trustees of the Toledo Legal Aid Society, Advocates for Basic
Legal Equality and Legal Aid of Western Ohio. He is a member of the Ohio
Bar College and the National Conference of Bar Presidents.
earned his bachelor’s degree in English, cum laude, from John Carroll
University, Mohler went on to earn his law degree from the University of
Toledo College of Law. He and Terri, his wife of 40 years, have four
grown children, two of whom are also lawyers, and two grandchildren.