Jedidiah I. Bressman

Attorney, Georgia Municipal Association

Topics: Federalist Society • Litigation

I currently represent injury victims at BressmanLaw.

Before BressmanLaw, I worked for the Honorable Judge Frederick Nelson on the 10th District Court of Appeals of Ohio as a Judicial Staff Attorney. Mainly, I worked with the Judge in his authoring of opinions by reviewing the record and precedent.

After law school, I worked for the Ohio Attorney General's Office as an Assistant Attorney General in the Health and Human Services division. I represented the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and the Ohio Department of Medicaid. My representation consisted of administrative hearings, administrative appeals to Common Pleas Court, and seeking injunctive relief against daycare license holders and Medicaid license holders.

Jedidiah graduated from the Moritz College of Law. At Moritz, the Ohio State Chapter of the Federalist Society received the "James Madison Chapter of the Year" award under his leadership in 2016-2017. Additionally, he researched for Professor Arthur F. Greenbaum and Professor Steven F. Huefner. At graduation, the deans of Moritz presented Jedidiah with the "John J. Adams Memorial Award" for his significant contributions through law-related activities to the Moritz College of Law.

Jedidiah is a member of the Ohio Association for Justice, Ohio State Bar Association, and the Columbus Bar Association.