The Law Offices of Rosemary Ebner Pomeroy began in 1993. I have been a Fellow in the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys since 2005. I am a past President of Women Lawyers of Franklin County and a former member of the Board of Governors of the Columbus Bar Association. I was a staff attorney at the National Center for Adoption Law and Policy at Capital University Law School from 2012 through June of 2014. I am currently of counsel to the law firm of Cloppert, Latanick, Sauter & Washburn.
As your lawyer, I try to give quality legal services in a prompt, personal matter. I love adoption and surrogacy law and believe I make a difference for my clients every day. I look forward to speaking with you about your adoption and/or surrogacy issues. I consider it a privilege to practice law, and help my clients reach their goals through the legal process.
I am originally from Detroit, Michigan. I am a proud graduate of Michigan State University where I received my B.A. in Marketing. I graduated from the Detroit College of Law, now Michigan State University College of Law in 1986.
I am married to my husband Mark C. Pomeroy who is a technology lawyer at J P Morgan Chase. My daughter Sarah is a lawyer at Jones Day, Washington D.C., and my son Michael is a management consultant to the financial services industries at Ernst and Young. I also have my beloved golden Magic the Dog. Yes, he is named for Magic Johnson!
I spend much of my free time with my family. I am also an amateur pianist and spend time taking piano lessons and singing in my contemporary church choir at St Peter Catholic Church in Columbus, Ohio. I am the author of the blog “10,000hours88keys” which is a blog about the pursuit of excellence in piano playing. See rosemaryebnerpomeroy.blogspot.com I also enjoy volunteering for various activities through the Columbus Bar Association. I am currently chair of the Columbus Bar Association EAGLE committee. Extraordinary Attorneys Got Legal Expertise, serving the 25+ years of practice members in the bar.
I also love to mentor young lawyers through personal conferences, email exchange and telephone calls. It’s my way to “give back” in gratitude for my license to practice.