Stephanie joined Thompson Hine in 2018 and is not yet assigned to a permanent practice area. Many of the firm’s newest lawyers (particularly those resident in the Cleveland office) take the opportunity to work across practice areas for their first 12 months of practice.
While in law school, Stephanie served as a teaching assistant, researching topics for a first-year legal research and writing course and editing students’ briefs. She also served as a Dean’s Fellow, which involved mentoring a group of first-year law students and leading them through a required weekly course. Stephanie was a summer associate with Thompson Hine in 2017, and she completed a legal internship in summer 2016 with a large insurance company based near Cincinnati.
Before law school, Stephanie was a member of AmeriCorps with the Chicago Legal Clinic, where she consulted with clients and assisted in the drafting of legal documents and correspondence.
- “Canada’s New Data Breach Law Creates Unique Obligations for Businesses,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, November 2018
- “Preparing for Ohio’s Cybersecurity Safe Harbor Law,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, October 2018
- “Amendments to California Privacy Law Will Impact Businesses,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, October 2018