Originally from the village of Beverly in southeastern Ohio, Maggie moved to Columbus in 2014 to study at The Ohio State University. Not ready to stop being a Buckeye after graduating in 2017, she attended law school at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law through 2020.
As an undergraduate, Maggie had the privilege of interning for Administrative Judge Kim A. Browne of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations and Juvenile Division. Interning for Judge Browne was an incredible experience which motivated her into pursuing a legal career in family law. She later had the privilege of externing for Magistrate Judge Chelsey M. Vascura of the Southern District Court of Ohio as a law student, where she researched issues surrounding administrative law.
During law school, Maggie served as Chief Managing Editor of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, volunteered with both the Legal Aid Society of Columbus and Immigration Bond Project, and served on the schoolwide Inter-Professional Council of graduate students. Additionally, she developed a concentration in dispute resolution, involving negotiation and mediation skills.
Maggie spent her summers during law school working at Grossman Law Offices, and spent several months as a research assistant for Professor Katherine Hunt Federle, editing and revising Volume One of Anderson’s Ohio Family Law, a book which gives an overview of domestic relations law in Ohio.
Maggie was published in the International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution for her research into online problem-solving models in the area of domestic relations. She was awarded Staff Editor of the Year by the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, and upon graduation, was awarded certificates for her pro bono service and concentration in dispute resolution. Her studies and experiences enable her to provide clients a well-rounded approach to resolving family law matters.