“Even as a member of COAJ with a primary office outside Central Ohio, the benefits of networking, CLE, meetings, the listserve, and the camaraderie make my membership extraordinarily valuable. It is a privilege to share ideas with this membership. Renae Davies does a terrific job of holding it all together for us.”
Gary J. Leppla, Esq.
Leppla Associates, Ltd.
You are strongly encouraged to join other trial lawyers in fighting to keep our courthouses open to all Americans and not just the wealthy few. In light of the endless political attacks on your clients, you need the COAJ and the COAJ needs you – it’s more important than ever!
What is the Central Ohio Association for Justice?
More than 200 trial lawyers in Central Ohio have a united voice through membership in the Central Ohio Association for Justice. Member committees include Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Law, Claimants’ Workers’ Compensation Law, Domestic Relations Law, Criminal Law and Probate Law. We also welcome members who practice in the areas of environmental law, insurance law, social security, medical negligence, product liability, employment law and tax litigation.
How Will Membership in the COAJ Benefit You?
As a member of the COAJ, you will receive many services that you can use in your practice and that will contribute to both your personal and professional growth. These services and educational programs and tailored to the needs and interests of the trial lawyer.
Free Luncheon and Dinner Meetings
Six times a year the COAJ holds either luncheon or dinner meetings to give you the opportunity to exchange ideas and network with our members. The informative and informal luncheons and dinners are held at The Bluestone. COAJ officers and board members are available to discuss your cases and questions with you.
Each luncheon or dinner features a significant speaker. Past speakers include Scott Howson, General Manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets; Greg Kirstein, Senior Vice President and General Counsel to the Columbus Blue Jackets; Richard Cordray, Ohio Attorney General; Maryellen O’Shaughnessy, Franklin County Clerk of Court; and Jack Guttenberg, Dean of Capital University Law School.