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Maureen O'Connor

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Chief Justice

Local Address: Ohio, United States

Employment History


  • Doctor of Medicine degree
  • combined Bachelor
  • J.D.
197 Total References
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Chief Justice Maureen ..., 12 June 2014 [cached]
Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor asked Toledo law director Adam Loukx if the hearing officers advise ticketed drivers they can appeal to a court.
"If you're talking about attacking 'a ..., 27 May 2014 [cached]
"If you're talking about attacking 'a public office,' you're talking about attacking the officeholder and all of the employees within that public office," said Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, a former prosecutor and state public safety director.
Long time Portsmouth attorney and city ..., 7 June 2014 [cached]
Long time Portsmouth attorney and city official Franklin T. Gerlach and Scioto County Common Pleas Court Judge Howard H. Harcha, III, were inducted as Fellows at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center in a ceremony presided over by Supreme Court of Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor and OSBF President Stephen F. Tilson.
Gerlach said it was a great experience to stand next to O'Connor and Supreme Court Justice Judith Lanzinger at the event in the Ohio Supreme Court building.
"The Foundation's mission is essential to educating people, especially the young people in our state, about the profound impact justice has in their lives," O'Connor said.
Latest News, 21 Mar 2014 [cached]
Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, Nazareth Academy Class of 1969
Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor's love of the law has led her down a groundbreaking path that has included making history by becoming the first female Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio. That milestone was a defining moment in a 30-year legal career dedicated to public service that has included stints as a lawyer, magistrate, Common Pleas Court Judge, prosecutor and Lieutenant Governor.
"My judicial roles have been enhanced by my education and my family," says the Chief Justice. "The message was always to do the very best you can to serve others."
Chief Justice O'Connor first joined the Supreme Court of Ohio in January 2003 as an Associate Justice. She became the 148th Justice to the court, the sixth woman to join the court, and gave the court its first-ever female majority. She was re-elected in 2008 and on January 1, 2011 began her service as the 10th elected Chief Justice of Ohio. Since then, she has pursued an ambitious agenda for strengthening the third branch of Ohio government in a number of key areas, including budget, judicial elections, diversity, and the death penalty.
Chief Justice O'Connor is a frequent speaker for the many bar associations, law schools and legal organizations in Ohio and nationally. She is a member of the Executive Board of the Conference of Chief Justices. She has been active with many women's organizations, offering mentoring and leadership advice. She currently resides in Akron and is active in her parish. Chief Justice O'Connor has two sons, Alex and Edward.
Maureen will earn a combined Bachelor and Doctor of Medicine degree.
"I had not seriously considered becoming a physician until I took Honors Anatomy my sophomore year," shared Maureen, who wants a medical career specializing in neonatal care.
In addition to working toward a career in medicine, Maureen is captain of the Varsity volleyball team, a volunteer at the International Women's Air & Space Museum, an SJA ambassador and a member of the Model United Nations and Latin clubs.
Maureen is following in the footsteps of other alumnae who have been admitted into the NEOMED program: Liz Looney '02, who was recently featured in a Crain's Cleveland Business story, and Bethany Davis '10.
Innovation + Job News, 4 Dec 2012 [cached]
Maureen O'Connor, spokesperson for the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, says that the department conducts employer surveys for wage data by occupation, but not for wage demographics.
Sources: Beccah Golubock Watson, National Partnership for Women & Families; Maureen O'Connor, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation; Janine DiPaula Stevens, Baltimore Regional Chapter, National Association of Women Business Owners
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