Lauren brings first-hand experience as a former educator to her work serving clients in a wide range of educational matters with a focus on special education law. She works at Albeit Weiker, LLP and servs as a Guardian Ad Litem, representing children’s best interests in challenging court cases involving juvenile human trafficking.
As an educator, Lauren recognized that many of the issues her students faced could only be met with legal advocacy and she was driven by this newfound purpose to pursue a longtime interest in attending law school. Lauren earned her Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law as well as a dual master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration from the John Glenn College of Public Affairs.
Lauren’s experience working with youth as an educator, coach, CASA Guardian ad Litem, and legal intern at the U.S. Department of Education and in the Justice for Children Clinic furthered her passion to assist underserved youth. Upon graduation, she was chosen for the Greif Fellowship at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. As a Fellow, Lauren provided legal representation and wrap-around services to juvenile victims of human trafficking throughout Ohio.
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