Taft Cincinnati attorney Courtney Lynch has been named to the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce Cincy Next Class 43.
The eight-month program is part of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Harnessing Young Professional Energy platform (HYPE) and is designed for early-career professionals seeking the meaningful growth needed to advance personally and professionally. The program is built to provide emerging leaders with the essential leadership foundations to get them to the next level in their careers. The curriculum is grounded in a civic-minded technique meant to develop the region’s young professional talent into tomorrow’s distinguished leaders.
Courtney focuses her practice on litigation. Previously, she served as an assistant deputy public defender in New Jersey’s Office of Parental Representation, where she defended clients in court hearings, such as preliminary, and compliance review hearings, pre-trial conferences, and bench trials. She has counseled clients regarding admissions of guilt and negotiations, and has researched, drafted, and argued motions.