About Brian Taubman

From an early age, Brian Taubman knew he wanted to help people. Sitting around the dinner table listening to his father, Bruce Taubman, speak about the practice of law and how his daily endeavors changed people lives for the better, Brian knew that he wanted be an attorney, to help people and to make a difference. Brian went on to graduate from Shaker Heights High School and Kenyon College. He later received his law degree from Capital University Law School.

Brian has more than seven years of experience with criminal and civil law. In that time, Brian has worked tirelessly to earn the respect of his peers, clients and community. Brian’s years of experience with the law spans municipal, juvenile, common pleas and appellate courts. He has experience with both criminal and civil cases, and has worked a year at legal aid in Capital Law School and volunteered at Whitehall as a prosecutor through his time at Capital Law School

In his present position at Taubman Law, Brian has been involved in the resolution of hundreds of cases. His extensive trial court experience gives him the benefit and luxury of looking at and learning how trial courts work and where they fail. Brian brings a comprehensive understanding of Ohio law in general: the rules of evidence, the rules of civil and criminal procedure, and Ohio’s complicated sentencing law.

Get to know Brian

Brian loves spending time with his two dogs at the Metroparks and Lakewood Dog Park. He also enjoys eating at local restaurants and attending live concerts throughout Cleveland. He spends most of his free time with family and friends. If you spot Brian around town, say hi, snap a photo, or start up a conversation. #taubman4judge

Education

Capital University Law School
Juris Doctorate
2005 – 2008
Admitted to Ohio State Bar in 2008

Kenyon College
Bachelor of arts, History
2001 – 2005

Shaker Heights High School
1997-2001

Volunteer activities

Brian likes to volunteer his time to activities that support the law, education and animal welfare. Here are a few of the organizations he supports and at which he volunteers:

  • Lakewood animal shelter
  • Lakewood Democratic Club
  • The Movember Foundation
  • Kenyon College (peer mentor)
  • National MS Foundation

He’s also a member of the West Shore Bar Association.