The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) is pleased to announce Amanda Lantz as a recipient of its Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and Under. The award is given to attorneys who work to make a difference in their communities, outside of their practice area, and without compensation. A public charity committed to improving the justice system and enhancing the public understanding of the rule of law throughout Ohio, the OSBF promotes excellence in the legal profession by recognizing attorneys who give back.
Lantz is currently an Associate Attorney with Martin Browne Hull & Harper in Springfield where she focuses her practice on family law. She is active in several community organizations including the Clark County Bar Association, where she serves as the Nomination Committee Chairperson. She is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association Council of Delegates.
Lantz’s service also extends outside of the law. She is a trustee of the Springfield Foundation, where she helps strengthen and distribute charitable funds to benefit Clark County and the surrounding region. Lantz works to preserve and protect history as part of the Springfield Historical Landmarks Commission. She is also a dedicated animal lover, serving on the board of the Clark County SPCA. She also regularly volunteers with the CHA Animal Shelter.
“Amanda is an amazing attorney who gives back in numerous ways and in numerous different areas of her community,” said Lori L. Keating, OSBF Executive Director. “We are inspired by her service and are proud to present her with this award.”
Lantz earned her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and received her law degree from the University of Dayton Law School.
Lantz received the OSBF’s Community Service Award for Attorneys 40 and Under on November 1 during a luncheon hosted by the Ohio State Bar Association.Back to All News