Jennifer Flint is a member of Bricker & Eckler's Education Law group and participates in the firm's appellate practice group. In 2009, she became certified as an Appellate Law Specialist by the Ohio State Bar Association.
Jennifer focuses on the representation of boards of education in general litigation and employment-related matters, including labor grievances and arbitration, and employee disciplinary, contract non-renewal and termination proceedings. She advises boards of education on matters relating to the Ohio High School Athletic Association, including OHSAA compliance. Jennifer prepares school board policies and administrative guidelines, and counsels school districts on matters relating to enrollment and attendance, custody, tuition, public records laws and student records laws.
Jennifer’s practice includes representing boards of education, other political subdivisions and private entities in eminent domain proceedings, and she advises local governments on other land-use issues, including school territory transfers, municipal annexation and zoning appeals. She also has experience working with various clients in R.C. 2505/2506 and 119 administrative appeals, original actions (mandamus) and election law matters.
Jennifer is former Judicial Law Clerk at the 10th District Court of Appeals, where she drafted appellate opinions regarding civil, administrative, domestic relations and criminal law. She also served as the Assistant Director of Common Cause/Ohio, drafting memoranda and supporting documents for Ohio campaign finance reform legislation; advising governing board of legal issues relating to pending legislation; and preparing testimony before legislative committees.