Immy and her husband have three children and live in Dublin, Ohio.
Immy Singh is an experienced attorney who has provided effective legal counsel for more than 12 years in the public sector, specifically in education law. She advises executive leaders on a wide range of legal and policy issues and is well-versed in communicating and interacting with senior executives and government officials at all levels. Knowledgeable in state and federal regulations that impact K-12 schools and public agencies, she is eager to collaborate with clients to offer leadership and direction for both routine and complex legal needs in the education industry.
Former Chief Legal Counsel with the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), Immy advised the State Board of Education, the State Superintendent and ODE on statutory and regulatory matters. Coordinating with the Ohio Attorney General’s office, she managed all phases of litigation, including pleadings, discovery, trial and settlement. Additional legal experience in this role included advice regarding COVID-19 school closures, implementation of legislative enactments, contract negotiations, public records, ethics, and overseeing internal labor and employment matters.
Immy also served as a Franklin County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for several years, representing the State of Ohio in felony criminal cases, initial appearances and arraignments.
Professional & Community Activities
- Co-Chair, School Attendance Workgroup, 2021-Present
- Commission on Dispute Resolution, Ohio Supreme Court, 2019-2022
Bar Admissions & Activities
- Admitted, State of Ohio, 2009
- Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D.), 2009
- The Ohio State University (B.A. in Political Science), 2004
Immy loves to travel and enjoy time with family and friends. One of her most recent favorite places to visit is Bar Harbor, Maine (the picture is of Acadia National Park).