Bridget Rudolphi is a law clerk at FH+H. Mrs. Rudolphi assists partners and associates in a wide variety of practice areas including corporate litigation, employment law, contracts, business dissolution claims, business conspiracies, trust and estates, breaches of fiduciary duties and fraud at both the trial and appellate levels.
Among other things, Mrs. Rudolphi provides extensive support through complex legal research, drafting legal memoranda and other pleadings, and attending client meetings, depositions, status conferences, mediations, and trials.
Mrs. Rudolphi attended the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate with a litigation concentration. While attending Columbus School of Law, Mrs. Rudolphi was honored with the First Lap Award, which recognizes a law student’s dedicated service to the school community during their first year of study. In addition, she was awarded Pro Bono High Honors at graduation for her commitment to pro bono service throughout her law school career.
Mrs. Rudolphi also practiced as a Certified Student Attorney for both the Innocence Project and Clemency Project in Washington, D.C. There, she represented clients seeking post-conviction case investigations in hopes of proving their innocence and overturning their convictions. Mrs. Rudolphi authored a petition for commutation of a client’s sentence, which climbed all the way to President Barack Obama for final executive review.