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Izoduwa E. Ebose-Holt

Associate   |   Cleveland

Izoduwa has deep experience in traditional labor relations in the Human Resources arena and in law practice. She earned a B.A. in History from Duke University, and her J.D., cum laude, from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where she was a tutor and mentor for Big Buddies, sat on the Black Law Students Association executive board, and was a Senior Editor of the Case Western Reserve Law Review. Izoduwa was selected as a Dean’s Scholar, which awarded a full-tuition scholarship for three years. After law school graduation, she practiced labor and employment and litigation at the Cleveland office of a global firm. She then used her law firm experience to segue into the Human Resources field to lead labor and employment departments at private, government, and nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining Ogletree, Izoduwa was the Director of Human Resources for a sizeable governmental entity in the Cleveland area, where half of the staff was part of a bargaining unit. While at that organization, she oversaw all aspects of labor and employment, including negotiations, grievances, contract administration and interpretation, discipline/discharge, investigations into claims of harassment, discrimination, ADA and FMLA violations, and workplace misconduct, employee benefits, policy development, drafting, and training. She is a Certified Crucial Conversations Trainer. Izoduwa has over 15 years of experience in labor and employment law and human resources. She has taught classes at Case Western Reserve University School of Law as an adjunct professor. Izoduwa was awarded the Alumna of the Year Award by the Black Law Students Association in 2022. 

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