Karin Long is a health care attorney whose practice focuses exclusively on medical malpractice litigation. With specific experience in wrongful death, personal injury, and birth injury matters, Karin has both jury trial and appellate experience. She is passionate about defending healthcare professionals and advocating for her clients, whether that be through litigation or policy change.

While in law school at Loyola University Chicago, Karin was a Beazley Institute for Health Law & Policy Fellow, the Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of Health Law & Life Sciences, and awarded the Best Oralist Overall distinction at the 2019 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.

Industries & Practices


Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D. (2021); Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences; Health Law Fellow, Beazley Institute of Health and Law Policy; Policy Fellow, Health Justice Report

The Ohio State University, B.S. in Business Administration (2016); Recipient, Edward Lopina Scholarship; Recipient, Provost Scholarship


Awarded, CALI Winner for Advanced Litigation Skills

Awarded, Legal Writing II, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction

Awarded, Trial Practice I, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction

Recognized, 2021 Leadership, Service and Public Interest

Awarded, Best Preliminary & Overall Oralist, National Health Law Moot Court Competition (2019)

Professional Activities

Health Justice Project (2020)

Volunteer, Meals on Wheels

Volunteer, United Way


Presentations & Publications

Karin Long, Bricker Graydon LLP Photo

Karin M. Long

  • 100 South Third Street
    Columbus, OH 43215 -4291


  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2021
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