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Amy Flowers is an attorney in Ice Miller’s Workplace Solutions Group.  Employers rely on Amy to provide advice that helps them avoid workers compensation and employment challenges and defend them in related litigation matters.

Prior to joining Ice Miller, Amy served as a bailiff to Judge Kimberly Cocroft of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas for 11 years. After receiving her law degree, Amy drafted decisions and entries for the Judge to review on pending criminal motions, suppression issues, judicial release, post-conviction, jail time credit and other criminal matters before the court in addition to maintaining docket statistics for monthly Supreme Court Reports. Amy also served as a liaison for the Judge and other agencies, court departments, the clerk’s office, litigants, lawyers and other professionals to coordinate court business.

Amy formerly sat on the Athens City Council. She chaired the Transportation Committee and served as a member of both the Arts & Recreation Committee and Communications Committee. As an At-Large member, Amy navigated the legislative process to turn proposals into ordinances and collaborated with various government agencies and groups to present ordinances to committees.

Amy earned her juris doctor from Capital University, as well as a Master of Public Administration and bachelor’s degree in political science from Ohio University.

When not assisting clients, Amy enjoys cycling and competing in Ironman races. Amy welcomes a challenge and knows that to enjoy the bike and run, you have to muscle through the swim.

Selected Experience
  • Supreme Court of Ohio Oral Argument, 6/27/2023:
Speaking Engagements
  • Handbook Survival Guide: Best Practices for Employee Handbooks, Presenter, hosted by HRACO, March 29, 2023
  • Arbitration – The Best of Times & The Worst Of Times, CLE Presenter, hosted by Ice Miller, November 30, 2022
  • Workers' Compensation in Ohio: Critical Essentials From Both Sides of the Aisle, CLE Presenter, hosted by NBI, November 29, 2022
  • “Court Decorum,” Summer Law and Trial Institute, July 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
  • POWER Act CLE Presenter, hosted by the Ohio State Legal Services Association, September 2020
  • “LGBTQ Education and Advocacy Roundtable,” Ohio University's Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, October 2016
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