Stacy A. Meloun


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Stacy Meloun practices solely in the Social Security department at Agee Clymer Mitchell & Portman and attends hearings throughout the state of Ohio. She was born and raised in Indiana and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at DePauw University, where she was active in the greek system and the DePauw Community Service program. She studied abroad in England during her junior year and participated in a mission program in Honduras her senior year. Stacy then moved to Ohio to attend the University of Dayton Law School and was admitted to the Ohio Supreme Court in November 2000 and the United States District Court, District of Southern Ohio in February 2001. She now lives in the central Ohio area with her family and is active in her church and at her children’s school.


Membership affiliations:

  • NOSSCR (National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives)
  • Ohio Association for Justice
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Columbus Bar Association (member of Social Security section)
  • Women Lawyers of Franklin County


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