Judge Ginger Bock












  
  

       Judge Ginger S. Bock was elected to the First District Court of Appeals in November 2020.

     Following graduation from Miami University, Judge Bock worked for ten years at nonprofit organizations, such as a residential home for abused children and a treatment center for women. Judge Bock then attended law school, graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.

     Judge Bock’s first job after law school was at the First District Court of Appeals as a staff attorney for Hon. Mark P. Painter.

     Before being elected, Judge Bock worked at private law firms, including her own law firm. Her primary focus was appellate advocacy. She has argued before the Supreme Court of Ohio, the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and Ohio Courts of Appeals throughout the State of Ohio. Judge Bock also served as a staff attorney at the Court of Common Pleas for two years before beginning her term.

     Judge Bock is an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. She teaches legal research and writing in the LL.M. program.

     Eliminating disparities in the justice system, increasing transparency in the courts, and removing barriers to justice are priorities for Judge Bock. She is dedicated to ensuring that every person who appears before the Court is treated fairly and respectfully.

     Judge Bock and her spouse live in a northwest suburb and enjoy the company of their two Pyrenees-Lab rescue dogs.