Mrs. Dynes is a 2007 graduate of the Chase College of Law. She was admitted to practice in Kentucky that same year and admitted to practice in Ohio in 2010.
During her law school career, Mrs. Dynes worked as intern for the United States Probation and Pretrial Services Office for one year. She also worked as an intern for a private law firm that handled civil and criminal cases.
After graduating from law school, Mrs. Dynes volunteered as an attorney for the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy. While at this position she handled juvenile criminal and status offense cases, misdemeanors, probation violations and some felony cases.
After leaving the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy, Mrs. Dynes worked as a clerk for Gregory S. Young Co. for one and a half years. Her experience there included communicating with clients, preparing intakes and handling all of the litigation files. Mrs. Dynes also employed as an attorney at Gregory S. Young with her main focus on the cases in litigation. This included completing interrogatories, request for documents, mediations and depositions.
Lauren Dynes started with the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office in the summer of 2011.