People

Jason R. Stuckey

Staff Attorney

Biography

Jason Stuckey is an education attorney with a diverse background that includes labor and employment law, civil rights and litigation experience.

Prior to joining Bricker, Jason served as the Assistant General Counsel to the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, where he advised on labor and employment matters, counseled on housing and insurance matters, managed litigation and facilitated public records requests. He began his legal career at the Ohio Attorney General’s office as an Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Section, where he led a team of investigators on charges of discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Title VII, conducted trainings, and handled litigation on various employment and fair housing issues.

While earning his undergraduate and law degrees, Jason was a SWEL Legal Intern for Chief Judge Susan J. Dlott, a legal intern for Scripps Networks Interactive and an intern at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

Professional & Community Activities
  • Board Member, Inner City Tennis Project
  • Board Member and Membership Committee Chair, Greater Cincinnati Minority Corporate Counsel Program
Bar Admissions & Activities
  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2013
  • Admitted, United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Education
  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law (J.D.), 2013; Vice-President, Black Law Students' Association (BLSA); Regional Director of Pre-Law Division, Midwest BLSA; Minority Pre-Law Advisor; Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Board; Club Tennis Team Member
  • Johnson C. Smith University (B.A. summa cum laude, Political Science), 2010; Valedictorian; Captain, Tennis Team; Summer School on Black Europe in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2008