Solomon Parini is an associate attorney at Willis Law. Prior to joining Willis Law as an attorney, Solomon worked as its law clerk throughout law school. Solomon’s practice involves real estate litigation which includes but is not limited to, land management matters, landlord/tenant disputes, condominium law, construction law, fair housing law, and real estate transactions. Solomon also presents seminars throughout the state and region regarding fair housing education, landlord-tenant law, criminal screening, and the Violence Against Women’s Act.
Bar Admissions & Activities
Admitted, State of Ohio, 2017
Member of the Ohio Bar Association and the Columbus Bar Association.
Capital University Law School (J.D.), 2017; summa cum laude; Vice President, Military Law Society
Bowling Green State University (B.S., Criminal Justice), 2013
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