Talia is a Law Clerk (bar licensure pending) focusing her practice on criminal defense, complex civil litigation, and government investigations. Talia holds a J.D., cum laude, from Case Western Reserve University School of Law where she was Executive Notes Editor on the Journal of Law and Medicine. She was a recipient of a Health Law Scholarship, and an Honors Fellow in the legal writing program. Her writing has been published in the William and Mary Public Policy Review.
As an extern in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Talia gained experience writing judicial opinions, providing her with insight into federal litigation and best practices in federal court. She has experience in insurance defense, and federal and state healthcare regulations, including anti-fraud and anti-kickback law. She worked for a mid-size Northeast Ohio firm during law school where she was involved in both defending against and bringing claims on behalf of corporate clients and individuals.
Prior to law school, Talia taught at a private school in Cleveland’s eastern suburbs, where she developed an entrepreneurship program and created partnerships with highly regarded arts institutions. She also worked for a prominent Cleveland-based hospital system developing initiatives to advance public health goals.
University of Toronto, Honors B.A., Political Science & Philosophy (2008)
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D. cum laude, Journal of Law & Medicine (2019)