Christine D. Tailer, Esq.
P.O. Box 14
Georgetown, Ohio  45121
(937) 515-2049

B.A. 1976  Kenyon College
           Double major in Anthropology and Psychology
           Graduated magna cum laude and member of
           Phi Beta Kappa
M.A. 1980  University of Cincinnati
           Degree in Anthropology
J.D. 1984  University of Cincinnati College of Law
           Member of Moot Court Team
           Finalist in National Competition


2009 - Present
    - Sole practitioner operating out of virtual law office in Georgetown, Ohio, handling both civil and
criminal defense, civil plaintiff's work, representing children through Guardian Ad Litem court appointments,
practicing from small claims to federal court, both trial and appeal.

1988 - 2009
   -  In house trial attorney for Nationwide Insurance Company, representing both the company and its    
insureds in civil litigation, practicing in all the local courts, ranging from small claims to federal

1988 - 1994
   - Criminal Defense through the CBA Lawyer Referral Service and the
     AMI Program, practicing in juvenile, municipal and common pleas courts

1990 - 2009
   - Faculty member at Emory Trial Techniques Program, Emory Law School, Atlanta                               
Georgia, teaching NITA style one to two week long litigation course to second year law students, serving as
team leader from 1997 through 2003.

1985 - 1988
   - Assistant Prosecutor for the City of Cincinnati handling felony arraignments and preliminary hearings
and municipal misdemeanor trial dockets

1984 - 1985
   - First District Court of Appeals Law clerk for Judge Robert L. Black, Jr

1979 - 1980
   - Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Historic Regional Preservation Officer for six counties in south
central Ohio, responsible for surveying, recording and excavating prehistoric cultural resources

- Ohio State Supreme Court
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

- Ohio State Bar Association
- Clermont County Bar Association
- Brown County Bar Association

I graduated from Kenyon College in 1976 with a B.A. in both anthropology and psychology, and followed up
at the University of Cincinnati, receiving my Masters in Anthropology in 1979. I worked at the Cincinnati
Museum of Natural History as their staff archaeologist and as a Regional Preservation Archaeologist for
the State of Ohio from 1978 to 1980. I then decided to forgo the field work of archaeology, and returned to
law school and received my law degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1984.  After graduating I clerked
for one year with Judge Robert L. Black in Ohio's First District Court of Appeals after which I became a full
time litigator as an assistant city prosecutor for the City of Cincinnati, prosecuting felony preliminary
hearings and misdemeanor trials for the next three years.  For the next twenty one years I worked for
Nationwide Insurance Company as an in house trial attorney.  I was the first attorney, and employee, hired
in the Cincinnati Office, and actually set up the civil litigation defense practice.  I have since practiced
before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, Ohio’s First District Court of Appeals, and I have stood before
Ohio’s Supreme Court.  I have taken in excess of one hundred cases to jury verdict and consider myself a
seasoned litigator.  I retired from Nationwide in the summer of 2009 to open up a solo law practice and
pursue my many other interests including alternative energy sources, sustainable farming practices,
beekeeping, and writing.

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