Brett Goodson has been an attorney since 1976. He is licensed to practice law in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. He attended high school at Western Hills High School in Cincinnati, graduating in 1969. He graduated from Ohio University in 1973 and the University of San Diego School of Law in 1976.
Professional activities include membership in the American Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Cincinnati Bar Association, The American Association of Justice (AAJ), Ohio Association of Justice (OAJ), and Hamilton County Trial Lawyers Association (HCTLA). Brett served as president of the HCTLA (1999-2001) and has served as chair of the Cincinnati Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Judicial Rating Committee, Tort and Insurance Committee, and Lawyer Referral Service Committee. He also served as president of the Volunteer Lawyers of the Poor Foundation.
Community service includes serving as president of the Oak Hills Athletic Boosters, trustee of Oak Hills Educational Foundation, member and president of the Delhi Township Board of Zoning Appeal, and adjunct faculty of the College of Mount St. Joseph.
Brett has represented clients in both state and federal court. He has tried many cases to conclusion before a jury. He has appeared in the state and federal appellate courts, Ohio Supreme Court and U.S. Supreme Court.
Stephanie Day was admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio in November of 2000. She is a 1988 graduate of Brookville High in Brookville, Indiana. She received her B.S. from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana in 1992, and her J.D., cum laude, from Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2000.
Professional activities include membership in the Ohio State Bar Association, Cincinnati Bar Association, Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ), the Hamilton County Trial Lawyers Association (HCTLA), American Association for Justice (AAJ), Potter Stewart American Inns of Court, and Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers. Stephanie is also a volunteer mediator for the Cincinnati Public Schools truancy mediation program.
Alison De Villiers was admitted to the practice of law in the State of Ohio in November of 2005. She graduated high school from Ursuline Academy of Cincinnati in 1998. She received her B.A., magna cum laude, in English from the University of Dayton in 2002, and her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2005, where she served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association and was involved in the Ohio Innocence Project.
Professional activities include membership in the Cincinnati Bar Association, including participation in the Young Lawyers Section, Ohio Association of Justice (OAJ), and the Hamilton County Trial Lawyers Association (HCTLA). Her involvement with the Young Lawyers Section has included being a co-chair of the “Run for Kids” event.