Charles W. Kranstuber
During her time at Capital and in addition to her full-time job, Carley worked as a teaching assistant for the Legal Research and Writing Department, was a peer advisor, and served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Capital University Law Review.
In 2015, Carley began working as a law clerk in her former firm’s workers’ compensation department. During her two years as a clerk, Carley learned the intricacies of workers’ compensation trial work and developed skills in drafting pleadings, writing persuasive briefs, and conducting legal research of complex workers’ compensation matters.
Carley graduated magna cum laude from Capital University Law School in 2017, and began working at the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA shortly thereafter. Carley is passionate about providing legal services to both injured workers and disabled individuals, and represents these clients with enthusiasm and dedication. In her spare time, Carley enjoys spending time with her family, rooting for the Cleveland Indians and Ohio State Buckeyes, and exploring the vibrant community of Columbus, Ohio.
Areas Of Practice
- Workers' Compensation
- Social Security Disability
- Ohio, 2017
- Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio
- J.D. - 2017
- Honors: magna cum laude
- The Ohio State University
- B.A. - 2010
- Honors: With Honors
- Major: Political Science and English
- Equality Is Not Enough: The Importance of the Due Process Clause in Redefining Consent to a Sexual Encounter, Capital University Law Review - citation forthcoming, Volume 45, 2017
Honors and Awards
- Dean’s Award, 2017
- CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in: Legal Research and Writing, 2013; Law and Literature, 2016; Judging and the Nature of Justice, 2016; Marshall-Brennan Seminar, 2017; Workers' Compensation, 2017; Origins of Western Law, 2017.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Ohio State Bar Association, Member, 2017 to Present
- Columbus Bar Association, Member, 2017 to Present