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Louis E. Grube, Esquire is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio. Lou was sworn in by Justice William M. O’Neill and admitted to the Ohio Bar on November 6, 2013.

Lou has worked professionally for the following organizations and individuals:

Ohio Supreme Court, Justice William M. O’Neill’s Chambers – Law Clerk, Columbus, OH, Oct. ’14 – Present

Private Solo Practice – Oberlin, OH, Nov. ’13 – Oct. ’14

Office of the Attorney General, Cyber Crimes Division Legal Intern, Boston, MA,  Sept. ’12 – Dec. ‘12

Law Offices of Frank J. Ciano – Law Clerk, Cambridge, MA, Jan. ’12 – Sept. ‘12

Bill O’Neill for Justice CommitteeDirector of Research, South Russell, OH, July ’12 – Nov. ’12

Committee to Elect Sue Morano for State SenateFinance Director, Lorain, OH, Feb. ’09 – Feb. ‘10

Jerry McNerney for CongressFinance Assistant, Dublin, CA, May ’08 – Aug. ’08

Lou has volunteered his time for the following organizations:

Oberlin Street Law (Jan. ’09 – June ’09, Jan. ’14 – Mar. ’14)

Launch Progress Candidate Advisory Board (Mar. ’14 – May ’14)

Oberlin College Alumni Council, Awards Committee (Sept. ’13 – present)

Oberlin College Alumni Council, Alumni Fund Advisory Board (Aug. ’14 – present)

 

Lou graduated in May of 2013 in the top quarter of his class, with honors Cum Laude, from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. While at Suffolk Law, he was added to the Dean’s List every semester. He participated in the 2012 3rd Year Day/4th Year Evening Trial Competition with Mr. Daniel Gallant of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (pictured above behind Lou) The two reached the semi-finals, eventually losing to the overall winning team. Lou and Dan also teamed up for the 2013 Suffolk TLR International Law Moot Court Competition. Again, they reached the semi-finals only to lose to the overall winning team. Lou was awarded the Best Oralist award in that competition.

While at Suffolk Law School, Lou studied international sales and trade on a study abroad trip to Lund University in Sweden. He worked as a research assistant to Professor Joseph Glannon. He interned for the Honorable Patricia Flynn, Associate Justice of the Middlesex County Juvenile Court, Lowell Session.

While at Suffolk Law School, Lou participated in the following activities:

Chief Justice of the Student Bar Association (Sept. ’12 – May ‘13);

Section Representative on the Student Bar Association (Aug. ’11 – Sept. ‘12);

American Bar Association Liaison (Sept. ‘10 – Aug. ‘11);

Club Rugby (2010 – 2011);

Club Softball (2010 – 2013);

Phi Alpha Delta Academic Chair (Nov. ’12 – May ‘13)

 

Before Law School, Lou attended Oberlin College, where he studied philosophy, politics, and a number of other subjects. He graduated in December of 2008.

While at Oberlin, Lou participated in the following activities:

Oberlin College Presidential Search – Student, Faculty, and Staff Advisory Board (2007);

Scholar, Oberlin Initiative in Electoral Politics (2007 – 2008);

Student Senator (2006 – 2008);

Dionysus Discothèque (2004 – 2008);

Columnist, Oberlin Review (2008);

Club Rugby (2007 – 2008)

 

Lou attended Oberlin Senior High School in Oberlin, OH, where he graduated with an honors diploma in June of 2004. While in high school, he was a member of the rock band A Better Mousetrap.