Olivia G. Holbrook
Olivia Holbrook is a well-rounded attorney who primarily represents political subdivisions in all areas of public sector law. She is particularly experienced in litigation proceedings as well as in employment and labor law.
Highly experienced in civil litigation and trial preparation, Olivia serves as an advocate to her public clients, assisting with litigation strategy and management, responding to and drafting discovery, performing legal research and documentation, and drafting settlement agreements. She has specifically navigated cases related to personal injury, commercial evictions, immigration and white-collar criminal defense. On behalf of employers, she creates non-compete agreements and handbooks and offers Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defense.
Having served as a law clerk within two U.S. Attorney’s Offices, one in Washington, D.C. and another in Kentucky, Olivia is familiar with the operations of the national department of justice and law enforcement in various regions of the country.
Professional & Community Activities
- Board Member, Greater Cincinnati Minority Counsel Program (CLE Chair), 2021-present
- Volunteer Advocate, CASA of Lexington, 2019-2020
Presentations & Published Works
- CLE Presentation – COVID-19 Employer Update
Bar Admissions & Activities
- Admitted, State of Ohio, 2022
- Admitted, State of Kentucky, 2020
- Admitted, U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky, 2020
- Admitted, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky, 2020
- Member, Ohio Bar Association
- Member, Kentucky Bar Association
- Member, Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
- University of Kentucky College of Law (J.D.), 2020; Kentucky Legal Education Opportunity Scholar; Recipient, Appalachian Fellowship Scholarship; Recipient, J. Woodford and Florence Stephens Howard, Jr., Scholarship; Executive Board Member, Trial Team Member, Black Law Student Association; Trial Advocacy Board Member
- Morehead State University (B.A. in Legal Studies), 2017; Recipient, Diversity Opportunity Scholarship; Recipient, Cheerleading Scholarship; Recipient, Morehead State Athletic Academic Excellence Award
Bricker Graydon to represent Harveysburg Free Black School
Bricker Graydon, in partnership with the Warren County Foundation and Springboro non-profit Parents Empowering All Children of Color (PEACOC), is pleased to announce its new legal representation of the Harveysburg, Ohio Historical Society as it relates to the Harveysburg Free Black School.More May 3, 2023