Brooke Pauley joins Tucker Ellis with a particular focus on litigation.
Brooke is a dedicated and versatile advocate with experience in litigation and regulation. An adept problem solver and intuitive leader, she leverages her legal writing and research skills to assist trial teams across a variety of practice areas, particularly litigation.
During law school, Brooke worked as an extern for Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Election Commission, primarily focusing on Campaign Finance Law and providing recommendations to the Commissioner for various policy and litigation issues. Fluent in Spanish, Brooke also has experience working as a Spanish interpreter in immigration and criminal defense cases, assisting in U-Visa and asylum applications. Prior to law school, Brooke worked as trial paralegal for a boutique litigation firm in Washington, DC, where she gained practical insight about trial strategy and administration.
In her free time, Brooke enjoys quality time with her two orange cats, Taika and Mia, and maintaining her Ohio pride by cheering on the Cincinnati Bengals and Ohio State Buckeyes, as well as staying up to date on Ohio politics and elections.
- The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D., 2023); Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution; Moot Court (2023 Beneman Award for Outstanding Performance in the Moot Court Program); Student Bar Association, Elections Chair; If/When/How Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, Secretary; Criminal Law Society, Treasurer
- University of Kentucky (B.A., Ancient Jewish History; B.A., Spanish; magna cum laude, 2017); Study Abroad (Granada, Spain, 2014; Valparaiso, Chile, 2017); Philo Bennet Award 2017 (Best History Thesis Written by an Undergraduate)
- State Admissions
- Illinois, 2023