Meet Mark Bamberger

Bamberger LawBamberger Law opened in February 2009 with one office in Tipp City. They now have four offices; located in Tipp City, Enon, West Chester, and Spring Valley, OH. They focus on divorce/dissolution and custody work, along with criminal defense, civil litigation, corporate start-up, and animal law. Mark Bamberger completed our Client Q & A: 

Q: What differentiates Bramberger Law from other law firms?

A: I was a geologist with a Ph.D. in geology prior to practicing law, so I bring a technical approach to legal research and representation.  Plus, having gone through a divorce myself, I bring tremendous empathy. I also taught college geology as an adjunct professor at 5-6 universities over 18 years. I now am Board President of Ohio Animal Advocates (www.ohioanimaladvocates.org), a non-profit that is a clearinghouse for Ohio resources to protect animals.

Bamberger LawQ: What do you enjoy most about the work you do?

A: Seeing positive outcomes and helping clients navigate through a complicated, and at times unfair, legal system.

Q: What do you like most about your partnership with OfficeKey and (how long have you been here)?

A: We’ve Been with OfficeKey for roughly 8 years, from the former office. I always found the staff and workspace to be efficient and a good deal.

Q: How do you spend time outside of work?

Riding my 2007 Honda Goldwing motorcycle around the country (ride 18k-20k miles/year), spending time with my girlfriend (who also rides) and my three adult daughters, studying American presidential history and politics, watching sports, veggie gardening, and reading.

Q: If you could have dinner with one historical figure (living or dead) who would it be and why?

A: I used to ask this question of my college students.  I would say Karl Marx.

Q: Do you have a bucket list, if so what is one thing that you have on it?  Not formally, but most revolve around where I want to ride the bike.  At the top of my list now is Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

Q: What is your favorite movie or tv show?

A: The West Wing (1999-2006) for TV, The Blues Brothers, Forrest Gump, The Hunt for Red October, Seems Like Old Times for movies.

Q: What is your favorite animal and why?

A: Wolf, always loved dogs and wolves, have many wolf tattoos, work as pro bono general counsel for Wolf Creek Wolf Habitat, Brookville, Indiana.

Q: Who is your biggest hero? 

A: Don’t really have one, but if forced, I would say, my mom, who just died on 2/2/2020 at 90, Holocaust Survivor, was my anchor in many storms.

Q: What is your favorite sports team?

A: Tampa Bay Buccaneers in football, Cincinnati Reds in Baseball, Columbus Blue Jackets in Hockey

Q: If you could master one new skill what would it be? 

A: Speaking Spanish and Sign Language

If you would like to learn more about Bramberger Law, visit the website or connect with Mark on LinkedIn