Teresa Hardymon is an associate in Hahn Loeser’s litigation group, where she works out of the Columbus Office. Teresa has experience with a variety of legal issues including contracts, products liability, negligence claims, workplace discrimination, securities regulation, and real estate. Teresa has experience drafting pleadings, motions, memorandums, and discovery responses.
Before joining Hahn Loeser, Teresa worked as a litigation paralegal for a general liability defense firm in New York representing insurance carriers seeking repayment of benefits under automobile insurance policies. Teresa’s area of expertise included healthcare provider insurance fraud, no-fault litigation, no-fault arbitration, and appeals. Teresa also worked as an intern for The Office of the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney where she gained experience in electronic discovery.
While in law school, Teresa excelled as a member of Capital University Law Review and was the recipient of two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in recognition for her having the highest grades in her class for Legal Research and Writing and Business Negotiations. Teresa received the Trustees’ Merit Scholarship and graduated from Capital University Law School with honors. She also received a concentration in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
- Associate, Hahn Loeser & Parks, 2017-present; Summer Associate, Litigation Group, 2016
- Legal Intern, Criminal Division, The Office of the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney, Summer 2015
- Paralegal, The Law Offices of Robert P. Macchia & Associates, 2012-14
Teresa is a Columbus native and life-long Buckeyes fan. After college, she moved to New York for a position as a Group Sales Executive with the NHL’s New York Islanders, before transitioning into the legal field. However, she always remained true and loyal to the Columbus Blue Jackets and knows that one day they will bring the Stanley Cup to Columbus. Teresa rowed crew for eight seasons in high school and still attends local regattas and participates in alumni races when the opportunity arises. She has been an avid fly-fisherwoman since she was eight years old and attempts to fish every Sunday, weather permitting. Her dream is to retire out west and spend her days as a fly fishing instructor.
Capital University Law School, J.D., cum laude, Concentration in Alternative Dispute Resolution, 2017
Honors & Activities: Capital University Law Review, Vol. 44, Staff Member; CALI Excellence for the Future Award (highest grade in class) for Legal Research and Writing; CALI Excellence for the Future Award (highest grade in class) for Business Negotiations; Trustees’ Merit Scholarship; Dean’s List
DePauw University, B.A., Spanish Language, 2011
Honors & Activities: Dean’s Scholarship; Pi Beta Phi Sorority; Studied Abroad in China, January 2010; Studied Abroad in Ireland, January 2009
The American Bar Association, Member
Ohio State Bar Association, Member
Columbus Bar Association, Member
Women Lawyers of Franklin County, Member
Columbus Young Professionals Club, Member
Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Depauw University Collegiate Chapter, Alumni
Zanesfield Rod and Fun Club, Member
State of Ohio, 2017
Amor Ministries, Volunteer time working in Tijuana, Mexico building homes for disadvantaged families
Camp Oty’akwa Academic Program, Counselor
Upper Arlington Summer Playgrounds Recreation Program, Counselor
Capital Area Humane Society, Volunteer in the Pet Behavior Department
Burbank Preschool Program, Volunteered time teaching Spanish to young children