Jeffrey J. Otis, Attorney
Jeff Otis is a partner with the law firm of Otis, Braun & Johnson who concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury, criminal law, family law and municipal law. After graduating from Ludlow High School in 1992, Jeff received his bachelor's degree from Thomas More College in 1996. Jeff graduated from the Chase College of Law in 1999 with a Juris Doctor degree and was sworn in as a member of the Kentucky Bar Association in October of 1999.
Jeff began his career as a part time public defender in Northern Kentucky and as an associate in a small legal practice. In May of 2001, Jeff opened his own practice and was joined soon thereafter by his current law partners, Brad Braun and Fred Johnson. As natives of the Northern Kentucky area, Jeff and his partners have a vested interest in the people of this community and work hard to serve their needs.
|Education:||Thomas More College|
|Admissions:||U.S. Supreme Court 1999|
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Kentucky 1999
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