Prince Becomes New Community Service Chair

Kegler Brown director Christy Prince is taking on the role of the firm’s Community Service Chair.

As chair, Christy will be in charge of coordinating all of Kegler Brown’s community service projects and partnerships. The firm’s attorneys partner with nearly 80 local, national and global organizations, serving as board members, directors and committee members. These organizations work tirelessly to provide essential services to our communities, such as providing education services, feeding the hungry, caring for children.

“Kegler Brown’s commitment to community service has drawn me to the firm since I was still in law school,” Christy says, “and I am honored to take on this role.”

The firm also undertakes numerous community service projects throughout the year, such as participating in Race for the Cure, partnering with the United Way, and volunteering at facilities, schools and events around Columbus.

Community service is familiar territory for Christy, who was the recipient of the 2016 “Outstanding Pro Bono Service by an Individual” award from the Legal Aid Society of Columbus (LASC) for her work with their Pro Bono Bankruptcy program.

Christy joined Kegler Brown in 2007. She focuses on the area of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy issues and has experience in prosecuting and defending receivership and bankruptcy litigation, facilitating creative workout resolutions, and optimizing clients’ outcome in insolvency forums.