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About Susan Wenner Jackson

Susan Wenner Jackson is a freelance writer and content marketing manager for Kroger Precision Marketing. She holds a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School and a bachelor's in English/journalism from Miami University. Susan lives with her husband, their two children, and two dogs in a northern suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Articles Written by Susan Wenner Jackson

An Unwilling Party

How Craig Dilger defended the University of Louisville against furious fans

When Opportunity Knocked ...

... Michelle Martin always answered

Lead Counsel

Barbara Howard has held the reins at both her state and city Bar associations 

GOOOAAAL!

How Brock Denton, Kelley Brandstetter Tracy and their KMK colleagues helped Cincinnati soccer make it to the majors

Family Recipe

Charles and Ellen Rittgers built a thriving firm together—and brought son Charlie into the fold 7 years ago

Lessons from the Five-and-Dime

Lexington attorney Peter Perlman learned early in life that one person can have an outsized impact on others

Taking on Kim Davis

Louisville attorney Laura Landenwich sued the Rowan County clerk for refusing to issue marriage licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court approved same-sex marriage

The Lawyer Lawyers Need

When a professional colleague gets in hot water, Alvin Mathews Jr. is on the case

It’s All Personal

When family law gets complicated, it’s good to have Phyllis Bossin in charge

Citizen of the World

How Martijn Steger created a top-rated international law practice based in an unlikely locale

From Courtroom Observer to Pete Rose’s Lawyer

Robert Pitcairn Jr., whose clients have also included the Cincinnati Bengals, doesn’t do anything halfway

The Man To See

Super-connected trial attorney David Kamp built his career by being the ‘lawyer’s lawyer’

Play Ball!

George Yund hits home runs for Minor League Baseball

The Scioto Redemption

Alphonse Gerhardstein helps protect Ohio's youngest prisoners

A Different Kind of Defense

Three upstate attorneys talk about the high secrets and public hysteria that come with representing accused terrorists

Deposition in Aisle 5

Hilary Vollmer, behind the scenes at the nation’s largest grocery chain

In Vino Veritas

Ashley Hess and Kevin Ghassomian raise their glasses to worthy causes

Mississippi Learning

A childhood visit to the Deep South helped propel Sharon Zealey into a life spent fighting inequality

One Kid at a Time

Kent Wellington connects children who need advocates with lawyers who can help — starting with himself

Taking It to the Streets

Katherine Cook Morgan sends law students back to high school to help teenagers make sense of the law

A Fearless and Ferocious Fraud Fighter

Crime doesn’t pay, but the criminals do — when Joseph Dehner goes after them

Shattered Glass Ceilings

For Trish Smitson and Missy Wright at Thompson Hine, being a woman hasn’t stunted their professional — or personal — growth one bit

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