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During law school, Ms. Riger mediated cases for the Franklin County Municipal Court and she earned first place in the 2012 Cornell University e-Mediation Competition Cyberweek. Ms. Riger interned with Capital University’s Legal Clinic, where she represented clients for domestic matters, criminal charges, landlord tenant disputes, peace orders, and served as a Guardian Ad Litem under the supervision of the clinic’s staff attorneys.
Ms. Houlding received a B.A. Cum Laude, from Carleton College in 1992. She obtained her J.D. in 1995 from the University of Minnesota Law School. Ms. Houlding has trained as a Mediator at the Harvard Negotiation Institute.
Ms. Houlding is from New Haven, Connecticut. Her...
Ms. O’Kray-Murphy’s education includes a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a juris doctorate from Wayne State University where she was the co-chair of the Student Trial Advocacy Program. As a student, she volunteered at the Free Legal Aid Clinic and served as a student research attorney with the Student Appellate Program.
Ms. Murphy is licensed to practice law in California, Arizona, and Michigan and has experience representing clients in a board range of matters, including civil proceedings, criminal cases, due process proceedings, and domestic violence cases.
She is committed to providing her clients with the legal services they need and prioritizes continuing legal education to help her better serve her clients. That is why Rebecca was recognized by the Kentucky Bar Association in 2015 and given an award for her efforts.
Born and raised in Berea, Kentucky on her family’s farm, she grew up working on the farm...
Ms. Sallen has also spent several years working as a political consultant, lending her services to local, congressional, state, and...
Ms. Wade grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, and graduated...
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