Ms. Stringer is a 2012 graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law. She was admitted to practice in Colorado that same year. Additionally, she was admitted to practice in Ohio in 2014.
While obtaining her BA in Behavioral Science, Ms. Stringer volunteered as a CASA (court appointed special advocate). As a CASA, Ms. Stringer was able to apply her child advocacy skills while working with youth involved in the child welfare system.
In Law School, Ms. Stringer worked as a judicial extern in Juvenile Court. As such, she was able to gain additional procedural and substantive knowledge of delinquency and dependency cases.
Upon graduation from Law School, Ms. Stringer worked as a substitute prosecutor in Municipal Court and operated a private law practice, with an emphasis on domestic relations and juvenile law.
Ms. Stringer joined the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office as a member of the Guardian ad Litem Division in June of 2015. Ms. Stringer is qualified under Rule 48 of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Rules of Superintendence to serve as a Guardian ad Litem. Ms. Stringer acts as an Attorney/Guardian ad litem for children who have been abused. Ms. Stringer also represents social workers who serve as the guardian ad litem for children who are neglected and/or dependent. In addition, Ms. Stringer serves as a parent surrogate for children on her caseload who receive special education services.