Cassidy is a member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, practicing at the Bricker Graydon downtown Cincinnati office.

Cassidy joins the firm after receiving her JD from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. During her time at the College of Law, she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board where she drafted briefs and competed in oral arguments against law students from across the country. Prior to joining Bricker Graydon, Cassidy was a law clerk at another Cincinnati based family law practice, and a compliance intern at a local employee benefit solutions provider.

Prior to law school, Cassidy received her Bachelor of Arts from West Virginia University in Criminology and English with a minor in Law and Legal Studies, where she was also the Head Student Manager and Statistician for WVU’s Division I Women’s Volleyball team.

Industries & Practices


West Virginia University, B.A. in Criminology and English, Minor in Law and Legal Studies, summa cum laude (2019)

University of Cincinnati College of Law, JD (2023)


Award, National Order of the Barristers (2023)

Professional Activities

Member, Cincinnati Bar Association (2023 – present)
Member, Ohio State Bar Association (2023 – present)


Outside The Office

“As a kid, I was known to ‘disappear’ from parties. But it wouldn’t take much to find me. All you had to do was take a quick look around and I would be curled up on the couch my book.”

Cassidy Zang has always been an avid reader. From the Harry Potter and Hunger Games series when she was younger to hundreds of pages of law and policy today, she is known to have something to read on her at all times.

Just like every good book needs a sturdy spine to hold it together, Cassidy’s strength and support comes from her close-knit family, something she carries with her in all areas of her life. Cassidy was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. The oldest of four children, Cassidy took her role as “Big Sister” very seriously. Whether it was showing her three younger siblings the ropes, babysitting her siblings or little cousins on the weekends, or playing side-by-side on the volleyball court or softball field with her sister, family was always nearby.

Cincinnati is home to Cassidy, in part, because her family owns a quartet of Skyline Chili restaurants. Watching her family navigate the ups-and-downs of business ownership taught her the value of determination and perseverance.

“I can confidently say my work ethic comes from my parents and watching all of the business owners in my life. Patience, diligence, and effort are a must for maintaining a business. I grew up valuing and absorbing the strengths of the people around me, including their tenacity and drive. I have taken a page from everyone else’s book, which has undoubtedly played a huge part in pushing me to where I am.”

Looking to explore someplace new, Cassidy decided on West Virginia University for undergrad where she majored in Criminology (her real-world major) and English (her “for fun” major). While at WVU, she continued to lean into her love of sports as the Head Student Manager and Statistician for the Women’s Volleyball Team. After three-and-a-half cherished years in Morgantown, Cassidy graduated early and returned home to Cincinnati.

Cassidy’s family has always been supportive of her ambitions, so no one batted an eye when she announced she was thinking about going to law school. “When I mentioned I was thinking about taking the LSAT, my parents pushed me to follow through. They were a constant source of support, telling me: ‘You want to do it, so take the leap. Take the exam. And if you decide that you don't want to go to law school, that's totally fine too.’”

It was her family’s unwavering support that prompted her to choose UC Law. “My whole family lives in the area. I knew I ultimately wanted to build my practice here, so it was an easy choice to come home to Cincinnati.”

After surviving the challenging years of law school amidst a global pandemic, Cassidy earned herself a summer internship with Bricker Graydon. That summer she was exposed to all facets of the law as she worked through projects for every practice area. But there was one group she gravitated towards. “I snuck my way into Labor and Employment. I kept popping my head into their offices for projects, inviting people to lunch, and hanging out with the team whenever I could.” The rest was history.

For Cassidy, Labor and Employment is the perfect blend of reading, writing, research, and face-to-ace interactions with clients. She loves being able to work on a range of projects, from building policies for companies or problem-solving whatever situation a client is facing. Drawing on her training as a big sister, Cassidy listens to what people are saying, and what they are not saying, to find the best solution.

When she leaves the office, she heads home to settle in for the evening. “The best kind of night is where I have no plans and can curl-up in my library with my current read and a record playing in the background.”

In order to recharge, Cassidy spends time with her family. Whether it is meeting up for dinner or sitting around the firepit, you are likely to find her hanging out with her parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins. If all else fails, you can find Cassidy on her way to the concert of one her favorite artists or, of course, reading a book.

Cassidy Zang, Bricker Graydon LLP Photo

Cassidy R. Zang

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    Cincinnati, OH 45202 -4152


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