Ms. Moss is a 2009 graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law. During her second year of law school, Ms. Moss served as the President of the Criminal Law Association. During her third year of law school, Ms. Moss participated in the Juvenile Delinquency Law Clinic, representing juveniles charged with misdemeanor offenses.
From 2010 to 2014, Ms. Moss maintained a private law office in Centerville, Ohio with an emphasis on family law and criminal defense. As part of her private practice, she served as a guardian ad litem in both delinquency and abuse/neglect/dependency proceedings.
From 2010 to 2014, Ms. Moss was also an adjunct professor at Wright State University teaching an undergraduate course on Law and Psychology.
Ms. Moss joined the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office as a member of the Guardian ad Litem Division in October of 2014. Ms. Moss is qualified under Rule 48 of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Rules of Superintendence to serve as a Guardian ad Litem. Ms. Moss acts as an Attorney/Guardian ad litem for children who have been abused. Ms. Moss also represents non-attorneys who serve as the guardian ad litem for children who are neglected and/or dependent.
In addition, Ms. Moss serves as a parent surrogate for children on her caseload who receive special education services.