Karin M. Long
Karin Long is a health care attorney whose practice focuses on medical malpractice. With specific experience in wrongful death, personal injury and birth injury matters, she has been involved in high-profile cases, drafting and responding to motions, reviewing and abstracting documents, analyzing medical records, and conducting depositions of physicians and medical staff.
Additionally, Karin has been involved in employment matters, including COVID-19 policies, defenses for employment suits pertaining to agency and civil procedure issues in asbestos suits. She has also written motions for judgment collection, including wage garnishment, property liens and bank levies.
While in law school, Karin was involved in a report highlighting the most pressing legal risks for a top-ten global auto manufacturer. She also wrote a response to a motion for summary judgment that was filed in federal court in an electrocution case claiming over $1 million.
Professional & Community Activities
- Health Justice Project, 2020
- Volunteer, Meals on Wheels, United Way
Bar Admissions & Activities
- Admitted, State of Ohio, 2021
Awards & Recognition
- Awarded, CALI winner for Advanced Litigation Skills.
- Awarded, Legal Writing II, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
- Awarded, Trial Practice I, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
- Recognized, 2021 Leadership, Service and Public Interest
- Awarded, Best Preliminary & Overall Oralist, National Health Law Moot Court Competition, 2019
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D., 2021); Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences; Health Law Fellow, Beazley Institute of Health and Law Policy; Policy Fellow, Health Justice Report
- The Ohio State University (B.S. in Business Administration, 2016); Recipient, Edward Lopina Scholarship; Recipient, Provost Scholarship