Ms. Reibel's current public service includes assistance to low income clients in a number of areas, including criminal defense; as well as representation of abused children as a guardian ad litem.
Ms. Reibel has provided volunteer legal services for the Legal Aid Society Save the Dream Foreclosure Project, by assisting homeowners by doing workouts with mortgage lenders to save the clients' homes.
Appointments and Boards:
Ms. Reibel was appointed by the Governor to The Ohio Board of Dietetics — the board that licenses dietitions.
She was also appointed to the Board of Zoning Appeals by the Worthington City Council.
Ms. Reibel has also served as a Board Member of the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (formerly the MRDD Board) by the Probate Judge. This Board provides services for 10,000 disabled residents of Franklin County, from childhood throughout their lives; and runs pre-schools, schools, four sheltered workshops, and adult-living services.
Washington, D.C. Experience:
Ms. Reibel has also worked as Special Assistant to the Chief Judge of the D.C. Court of Appeals and Special Counsel to the Chair of the City Council of the District of Columbia, and has drafted and lobbied for budget and health and human services legislation ranging from separation of powers issues to bail reform.
Ms. Reibel has served as an Intern in the Court of Claims, drafting memoranda on government contracting cases and the Contract Disputes Act; and has worked for the D.C. Prisoners Legal Services Project on a class action to provide better medical care for prisoners.
Ms. Reibel was an Intern at the United States Senate Legal Counsel where she researched and drafted briefs on the FCC's affirmative action program and First Amendment issues. Ms. Reibel has worked on Congressional campaigns and has represented battered women through the Women’s Legal Defense Fund in Washington, D.C.