I am the founder and managing partner of Strobl & Associates with an extensive background in the employment and corporate law industry. My responsibility is in the administration of the firm and the oversight of each case from start to finish. In addition to employment and corporate law, I also work with corporate and private clients in estate planning, probate matters and real estate.
My representation includes clients representing both the employer and employee of the public and private sectors. Additionally, I perform legal services for both non-profit and for-profit corporations, including business start-ups.
My experience includes representing corporations, companies, local governments, non-profit entities, public school systems, a transit authority, employers, employees, and private individuals.
I am a graduate of University of Dayton College of Law and have been admitted to the Ohio Bar. I am authorized to practice law in all Ohio state courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. I did my undergraduate studies at University of Kentucky dual majoring in Political Science and Philosophy.
I am a member of the Dayton Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association. My legal background arrays from interning with the Kentucky State Senate; developing and producing Continuing Legal Education seminars at the University of Kentucky College of Law where I worked while I was an undergrad at University of Kentucky; Member of Societas Pro Legisbus honorary society in Lexington, Kentucky; and Treasurer of the Moot Court Board while at the University of Dayton College of Law.
The reason I decided to become an attorney was my passion for empathizing and helping clients through times in their lives. I value the trust each client has placed in me and in my firm to aid them in their life circumstances and I do not take that trust lightly. I specifically focus on employment law because of my belief that anyone can relate to employment and how employment affects everyday living.