Career Opportunity: Legal Secretary

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Coolidge Wall is hiring experienced legal secretaries to provide administrative and clerical support at our offices in downtown Dayton. The ideal candidate will have five years of experience and support our bankruptcy, corporate, litigation, or real estate lawyers. Learn more and apply here: Job Description Excellent written and oral communication skills Excellent typing and computer skills Outstanding organization, interpersonal, and administrative skills Must be self-motivated and able to meet deadlines Must possess a willingness to learn other software utilized by the firm along with a high level of proficiency with Word and Outlook, experience with Excel and PowerPoint a plus …

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Coolidge Wall Attorney Merle Wilberding Appears in Saint Mary’s Magazine

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Coolidge Wall is pleased to share that Merle Wilberding, an attorney who has practiced law at the firm for more than 50 years, is featured in the Spring 2024 edition of Saint Mary’s Magazine, a publication by Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. The article details two of Wilberding’s prominent cases involving abuse within the U.S. military and how these cases earned national attention. His efforts led to significant legislative changes improving protections and procedures for sexual assault victims in the military. Read the Article PDF Here Or read the article on the Saint Mary’s Magazine website

Coolidge Wall Elects Two New Shareholders

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DAYTON, Ohio – The law firm of Coolidge Wall Co., L.P.A. is pleased to announce that Robert D. Ballinger and Benjamin A. Mazer have been elected as new shareholders of the firm. “We are proud to welcome Robert and Ben as new shareholders,” said Daniel Gentry, President, and CEO of Coolidge Wall.  “They are mature lawyers with years of high-level practice. They have benefitted from working with our experienced attorneys and are ready to embrace their new roles within the firm. Coolidge’s ability to attract and retain attorneys of such caliber, both of whom are proud graduates of The Ohio …