Molly is a graduate from the University of Dayton School of Law ’20 and focused her studies in the area of domestic relations. As part of her legal education, Molly externed for the Warren County Child Support Enforcement Agency as well as with the Honorable Magistrate Judge Sharon L. Ovington for the Southern District of Ohio, Western Division at Dayton, Ohio. Additionally during law school, Molly clerked for local family law attorneys working with child custody, divorce, adoption, and property matters.
Molly has been trained to serve as a Guardian Ad Litem for courts in Ohio. Molly also assists horse owners, businesses, and professionals, in various aspects of equine law, including equine-related contracts and disputes.
Molly is active in the community where she volunteers her time to local organizations and events. When not practicing law, she is an avid horse professional actively coaching and competing on the show jumping circuit.
S.D. Ohio United States District Court
University of Dayton School of Law, Juris Doctorate, ‘20
Indiana Wesleyan University, Master of Business Administration, ‘16
University of Cincinnati, Political Science, ‘12