Lauren Kuley is co-chair of the Appellate & Supreme Court Practice. She leads complex appeals and critical motions practice in courts nationwide. She simplifies complex issues and develops creative arguments to curtail legal disputes and overturn bad outcomes. Deploying this strategy, Lauren has argued and won reversals of significant verdicts on appeal and obtained dismissal of high-stakes claims at the pleading stage in federal courts. In the US Supreme Court, Lauren authored the briefs leading to a unanimous reversal for a Fortune 500 company. Lauren previously served in the Ohio Solicitor General’s office and as a law clerk for Judge Karen Nelson Moore of the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School and Harvard College.
Lauren is an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she teaches the Sixth Circuit Appellate Clinic and represents indigent individuals. She also is a contributor to the firm’s appellate group’s Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog. In addition, Lauren serves on the Executive Board for the Federal Bar Association of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, which supports relationships between the federal judiciary and the federal bar, and is president of the Harvard Law School Alumni Association of Cincinnati.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lauren S. Kuley