Born & raised in Dayton, Ohio, attorney Brad Jeckering always knew that he wanted to fight for the rights of regular folks. Brad graduated from Chaminade – Julienne, a Catholic high school in Dayton, which instilled a sense of responsibility and dedication to community.
Brad worked as a National Sales Representative for General Electric for several years, after which he decided to attain his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University.
Upon graduating from The Ohio State University, Brad decided to dedicate himself to the legal profession and applied to law school. During his time as a law student at Capital University Law School, Brad worked at the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas and a Dublin-based Employment Discrimination Firm as a law clerk.
Brad is a proud graduate of Capital University Law School where he was on the Dean’s List for 5 semesters, completed 160 hours of Pro Bono work, and graduated as a member of the Order of the Curia.
As an attorney that practices in Central Ohio, Brad loves being able to help clients from both Columbus-metro and rural Ohio. Brad enjoys having a small practice with various areas of practice and a team of other attorneys to help achieve the best possible outcome for each client. Brad was selected as 2018 Super Lawyers Rising Star.
Brad currently resides in Columbus, Ohio. He has a great dog named Finch and enjoys eating at all of the local Columbus restaurants.
Joel grew up in Portland, Oregon, raised by parents who taught him the value of hard work. He spent much of his youth roaming the Cascade mountains and working on local farms. Joel attended Clearwater Christian College in Florida, commissioned in the Army as a Second Lieutenant of Armor, and shortly thereafter married his wife, Sarah, an Ohio native.
He graduated from the Armor Officer Basic Course at the top of his class, then served for the next four and a half years in the First Infantry Division at Ft. Riley, Kansas. He spent his final year and a half there as the hand-picked commander of a 160-soldier company.
He left active duty to enter law school, which he completed at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. During law school, he served as a staff editor on the law review, and the law review also chose to publish one of his works, an article calling on the Supreme Court of the United States to remember the end consumer when it approaches prescription drug patent settlements.
Joel currently resides in Columbus, Ohio with his wife, Sarah and two children.
Born and raised in Delaware, Ohio, Attorney Luke Meenach has always strived to help those in need. From a young age, Luke devoted his life to community service, and to helping his community. He was involved with Boy Scouts, and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.
After high school, Luke attended Baldwin Wallace University and majored in Criminal Justice. Luke was active with Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, and currently serves as the Alumni President for the Alpha Mu Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. In addition, Luke participated in the Marching Band, and devoted a lot of his time to the Office of Community Outreach.
Upon completion at Baldwin Wallace, Luke enrolled at Capital University Law School. During his time at Capital, Luke was a Student Ambassador, Co-Supervisor of the Volunteer Income Tax Association, and worked with the Ohio State Public Defender’s Office in the Wrongful Conviction Project. Luke was the recipient of the Pro Bono Spirt Award, and graduated cum laude with pro bono legal honors.
Luke currently resides in Columbus, Ohio with his girlfriend.