About Joy S. Wagner, Attorney at Law

Personal Philosophy

Joy S. Wagner has been practicing law in the Courts of Northeast Ohio since 1986. She is an experienced trial attorney committed to achieving success for her clients through compassionate, solution oriented representation. She uses her education, talent, and tenacity to be an advocate for clients who are faced with a variety of legal problems.

Relationship with Clients

Joy maintains a one-on-one relationship with each and every client from initial interview through the conclusion of the case. Clients always communicate directly with their attorney, not through support staff. Personal relationships built on trust and communication are the benchmark of Joy’s practice.

Professional Credentials/Affiliations

Admitted: 1988, Ohio; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio; United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Law School: University of Akron, Juris Doctor, Graduated magna cum laude in 1988

Legal Intern: Stark County Public Defender Office 1986-1988

College: Hiram College, Bachelor of Arts, Graduated cum laude in 1978.

Ohio Supreme Court No. 0040380

Courts in Which Joy Wagner has Appeared

All Courts in Summit County, Stark County, Medina County, Wayne County, Portage County, Fifth, Ninth and Eleventh District Court of Appeals, Ohio Supreme Court, United States District Court for Northern District of Ohio, United States Bankruptcy Court, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (Federal).

Community Involvement

Founder and President of Peace for Pets, Inc., an Ohio nonprofit whose mission is to educate the public on the humane treatment of all animals, develop new programs to assist pet owners in caring for and protecting their pets, educate the public on the link between animal cruelty and human domestic violence and promote Trap-Neuter-Return as the only effective and humane method for controlling the feral cat population. Peace for Pets runs the Safe Haven for Pets foster care program which provides short term foster care for the pets of individuals entering a Stark County Domestic Violence Shelter. For more information check out the Peace for Pets, Inc. website and Facebook page.

Contact Joy S. Wagner via email.

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