Christopher Teodosio honored for community service by Ohio State Bar Foundation
April 08, 2020
COLUMBUS, OH (APRIL 8, 2020) – The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) has awarded Christopher Teodosio with its District 11 Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and Under.
Teodosio is a partner developing his practice in the areas of litigation and real estate at Brouse McDowell in Akron. Previously, he worked as a graduate assistant for The University of Akron Finance Department, as well as an editor at The University of Akron Law Review. Teodosio also served as an intern at the Office of Congressman Betty Sutton in Washington, D.C.
“The OSBF is proud to honor Mr. Teodosio with its Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and under,” said OSBF Executive Director Lori Keating. “He goes above and beyond giving back to his community.”
Teodosio serves as President of the Andrea Rose Teodosio Memorial Foundation and as Secretary of the Sir Thomas More Award Committee. He's also a board member of Community Legal Aid and is a member of the Blossom Committee of The Cleveland Orchestra. Teodosio is a member of both the Akron Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association.
Teodosio is a new member of the OSBF’s 2020 Fellows Class and a Fellow of the Akron Bar Foundation. In 2017, he received the Greater Akron Chamber's 30 For the Future Award.
OSBF’s District Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and Under is given to an attorney in each of the Ohio State Bar Association’s 18 districts. Recipients are chosen by OSBF’s Awards Committee based on volunteer service and involvement with the community.
Award nominations for OSBF’s 2020-2021 District Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and Under are being accepted now through June 1, 2020.