Stephanie Kabat Meade is a member of Bricker Graydon’s Corporate Services Practice Group. With a background serving as in-house counsel at multiple prestigious organizations, she brings a unique perspective to her role.

Stephanie provides strategic advice to clients on a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, commercial contracting, and venture investments.

Stephanie advises on a wide range of matters pertaining to mergers and acquisitions across a variety of different industries, including in the healthcare space. Her capabilities include reviewing, drafting, and negotiating acquisition-related documents, as well as assisting companies with post-closing matters.

Throughout her career, Stephanie has consistently demonstrated an ability to navigate complex legal issues and provide practical solutions to her clients.

Industries & Practices


University of Cincinnati College of Law, JD, cum laude (2012)

Indiana University, BA English & Political Science (2008)

Professional Activities

Member, Association of Corporate Counsel (2016-2020, 2023-Present)

Member, Cincinnati Bar Association (2012-2015, 2017)

Board of Directors, Girls on the Run, Cincinnati Chapter (2014-2018)

Outside The Office

Stephanie lives in Mariemont and enjoys spending time with her family, including her husband and two young sons. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys staying active by running, doing Pilates and getting outside. She also enjoys reading, cooking, and traveling.

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Stephanie Kabat Meade

Of Counsel
  • 312 Walnut Street
    Suite 1800
    Cincinnati, OH 45202 -4152
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