Francesca is based in Reminger Co., LPA’s Columbus office, where she focuses her practice on the defense of governmental entities, retail and hospitality facilities, and employers facing litigation. She started at Reminger as a summer law clerk, researching complicated constitutional issues, helping prepare an appellate brief, and assisting with numerous other aspects of litigation.
Previously, Francesca worked as a law clerk in the legal department of a financial services corporation. She gained exposure to a variety of matters, including those involving regulatory compliance, ERISA, and insurance bad faith. She also had the invaluable opportunity to serve as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Michael Barrett in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Before law school, Francesca worked as a paralegal supporting litigation attorneys.
Francesca received her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. A highlight of her law school career was participating in her school’s Sixth Circuit Clinic. As part of this clinic, she assisted attorneys with researching and writing an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She also competed in several moot court competitions across the country as a member the moot court team.
Community & Professional
Columbus Bar Association
- Feb 28, 2020, Judgment Affirmed6th Appellate Dist
Dr. Kirk Halliday v. The Board of Directors of the Mental Health and Recovery Board
of Erie and Ottawa Counties, et al.
Plaintiff appealed adverse trial court judgment in defamation claim
- Press Release, Nov 17, 2019
J.D., University of Cincinnati, summa cum laude, 2019
- Member, University of Cincinnati Moot Court Honor Board
- Co-director of the 2019 August A. Rendigs, Jr. Moot Court Competition
- Order of the Coif
- Order of the Barristers
- Henry A. Morrill Constitutional Law II Prize
- Henry Otterman Real Property Prize
- Stanley Chesley & Hon. Dlott Litigation Award
B.A., History, The Ohio State University, cum laude, 2012
- State of Ohio, 2019