Samuel “Sam” Dodoo is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Group. Sam focuses his practice on transportation litigation and general and municipal liability defense. Sam has experience defending and taking depositions, drafting motions, managing all aspects of discovery and trials.
Before attending law school, Sam spent two years in national service with AmeriCorps, initially serving as a City Year volunteer. Energized to do even more after a year in the program, he signed on to serve another year in East Oakland, California as a Literacy Coach. There, he developed and implemented literacy initiatives for at-risk elementary school students.
Sam received his B.S. in Environmental Economics & Policy from Berkeley in 2009. He received his J.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 2014. While in law school, Sam served as an executive editor for the law school’s Canada-United States Law Journal. He also participated in the Law School’s award-winning Ault Mock Trial Program.
Sam is admitted to the Ohio Bar, the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio and is a Health Services Officer in the United States Army Reserve.
Sam is a self-professed sports fanatic. Outside the office, Sam plays amateur soccer. As an adopted Clevelander, Sam is eagerly awaiting the first Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Championship.