Renee Black






Renee Black joined Crabbe, Brown & James in January 2022 following working for the Ohio Domestic Violence Network as a legal assistant and after graduating with a bachelor’s degree (with a concentration in criminology) from The Ohio State University in August 2021.  Prior to attending The Ohio State University, she worked for Anthony Law as a litigation paralegal and prior to that Musser, Long, & Harris.  While Renee also obtained her associates (Arts & Science) and paralegal certification from Columbus State Community College, she acquired most of her legal experience while working as a legal intern for Musser, Long, & Harris and then transitioning into a full-time paralegal for almost seven years.

 Renee is currently a pro bodybuilder (in the figure division), but also has participated in individual and team sports at an early age.  This allows her to bring her expertise as a leader, but also allows her to flourish in a team environment at Crabbe, Brown & James.

Professional Experience

2022 Crabbe, Brown & James, LLP – Paralegal

2020 – 2021 Ohio Domestic Violence Network – Paralegal, Legal Intern

2018 – 2019 Anthony Law, LLC – Litigation Paralegal

2004 – 2010 Musser, Long & Harris – Paralegal


Ohio State University, Bachelors of Arts & Science, 2021

Columbus State Community College, Associates of Arts & Science, 2004

Community Involvement

Paralegal Association of Central Ohio (P.A.C.O) – Member
Lutheran Social Services – Volunteer
Faith Mission – Volunteer
Open Hands Shelter – Volunteer
Ronald McDonald House – Volunteer