Georgana Taggart, Esq. serves Of Counsel to the law firm of Ritter & Randolph, LLC. Georgana graduated from Hanover College with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Mathematics. She also earned a Masters degree in Education from Xavier University and received her Juris Doctor degree from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Georgana's practice focuses on Estate & Charitable Planning and Probate, Estate & Trust Administration. Georgana is licensed to practice law in the states of Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. She is also licensed to practice in the federal U. S. Supreme Court; U. S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit; U. S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio and the U. S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana. Georgana has been practicing law since 1980.
In addition, Georgana is a full professor at the College of Mount St. Joseph. She is a Faculty Athletics Representative to NCAA and Heartland Collegiate Athletic Association, Past Conference President and serves as a National Parliamentarian for NCAA, Division III Chair, Higher Learning Commission Re-accreditation Steering Committee.
Georgana has published the following works:
- "An example of Assessment of Student Outcomes Data from On-line Paralegal Courses: Lessons Learned," Journal of Paralegal Education and Practice, Second Author: James Bodle, 2003.
- "A Web Based Paralegal Program," The Paralegal Educator, Fall 2002.
- "Computer Assisted Legal Instruction: Does It Help?" Journal of Paralegal Education and Practice; received the Outstanding Article Award, Co-author: Jay Johnson, 1996.
Georgana's community involvement entails serving as Trustee of the Cambridge Charitable Foudation, the Findlay Neighborhood Center and the Professional Pastoral-Counseling Institute. She is also on the Permanent Judicial Commission of the Synod of the Covenant and is a Trustee and Secretary of Miami University Blue Line Club.