Margaret (Maggie) Wagner joined the firm as an associate attorney in October, 2021. While attending Capital University Law School, she served as a student ambassador and President of the Student Bar Association. Before joining Cole Acton Harmon Dunn, Maggie served as a law clerk in a general practice firm, learning to navigate family law. Additionally, she served as a Certified Legal Intern at the Franklin County Public Defender’s Juvenile Division, the Clemency and Extradition Department of office of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, and the Family and Youth Law Clinic at Capital University Law School.
While attending the University of Dayton for her undergraduate degree in Middle Childhood Education, Maggie frequently visited Springfield to hike the metro parks and is excited to return to Springfield as an associate attorney, primarily practicing in domestic relations, probate, and real estate.
During law school, Maggie adopted a dog, Justice, and trained her to be a registered therapy dog. Maggie enjoys taking Justice to nursing homes and hospitals for therapy visits in her free time. Outside of the office, Maggie enjoys rooting for the Cleveland Browns, cheering on the UD Flyers’ basketball team, and playing intramurals.
- B.S. in Middle Childhood Education and minor in English, cum laude, University of Dayton, 2017
- J.D. with concentrations in Family Law, General Practice, and Litigation, Capital University Law School, 2021
- A Descriptive Study of Ohio Superintendents’ Views of the Opioid Epidemic, Legal Options, and Medical Response in Schools (2017)
- Women Lawyers of Franklin County Scholarship Recipient, 2021
- Capital University Law School National Association of Women Lawyers Award, 2021
- Pro Bono Legal Honors, Capital University Law School
Professional Memberships and Activities:
- Admitted to Practice in Ohio and the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio