Lauryn G. Kitchen, Esq.
Lauryn Kitchen applies her legal writing and oral advocacy skills to a variety of practice areas including municipal prosecutions, civil and criminal litigation, municipal law, real estate transactions and estate planning. Lauryn routinely handles legal issues on behalf of numerous public and private clients, contributes to case strategy, participates in estate planning and litigates matters at the state and federal trial and appellate levels.
Lauryn has co-authored two articles regarding petroleum contamination and brownfields that were published by the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy and Resources.
She graduated from University of Akron Law School with Honors where she was assistant editor of the Akron Law Review and was recognized for her oral advocacy skills in the courtroom as a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Lauryn received the 2nd Best Advocate Award at the American Bar Association’s Appellate Advocacy Competition in Boston in February 2019.
Originally from the Washington D.C. area, Lauryn has been a Northeast Ohio resident since 2013.
Major in Comprehensive Communication
University of Akron School of Law (2019)
Ohio Supreme Court (2019)
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
American Bar Association (2019)