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’s 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.

 

Today, Brian enjoys practicing law every day at the family firm, but he’s realized he wants to do even more to help people, especially in his community of Lakewood. After nearly a decade in the city, he and his fiancee, Mary, and their two German Shepherds are proud to call Lakewood their home. Brian loves the people and the businesses in Lakewood, and his purpose for running for a Council-At-Large position is to protect the interests of both. With his legal background, he understands what it takes to address city needs with proper legislation.

 

 

Get to Know Brian

Brian loves spending time with his fiancee and 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.

 

 

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 Lakewood Citizens Advisory Committee.

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