Spencer Merk was born and raised in the Cincinnati area and began his career with a local injury firm in December of 2013. Spencer graduated Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky in 2011 with a business marketing degree.… Read more
Spencer Merk was born and raised in the Cincinnati area and began his career with a local injury firm in December of 2013. Spencer graduated Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky in 2011 with a business marketing degree.
Spencer then received his law degree from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2014, and was placed on the Dean’s list for his academic achievements. Spencer is also a member of the Cincinnati Bar Association, Northern Kentucky Bar Association, and Louisville Bar Association.
Spencer gained wide-ranging experience in the practice of criminal law while working as a Limited Licensed Intern at the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office, the Kenton County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, as well as the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office. During his time at the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office, Spencer was successful as lead counsel on four jury trials.
Spencer is now using his skills and knowledge to fight for client’s rights and interests in the courtroom, in both personal injury and criminal matters.
Activities & Affiliations
•Cincinnati Bar Association, Member
• Ohio Association for Justice, Member• Cincinnati Bar Association, Member Read less
Client Review | March 07, 2019
Highly recommend. Very responsive and always reachable. Best decision I made! Don’t hesitate, call Mr. Merk now.
Highly recommend. Very responsive and always reachable. Best decision I made! Don’t hesitate, call Mr. Merk now. Read less
Admitted in United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
Class of 2014
University of Kentucky
Class of 2011
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