About Brewster Law Office

Brewster Law Office, LLC was opened in 2009 by Keith Brewster. Keith began his legal career as an Assistant County Prosecutor in Highland County, Ohio where he spent four years prosecuting adult and juvenile criminal offenses and children services abuse, neglect and dependency cases for Highland County. Having grown up in the Columbus area, he returned home in 2009 to open the Brewster Law Office. Keith is active with the Central Ohio Association of Juvenile Lawyers and regularly volunteers with the Columbus Bar Association's Ask the Attorney program held in conjunction with WSYX Channel 6.

Keith attended the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University, earning his Juris Doctorate in December of 2004. Before embarking on a second career as an attorney, Keith attended Northwestern University, graduating in 1994 with both a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and a B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering. He then went on to earn his Master's of Science in Industrial Engineering from The Ohio State University in 1996. Keith spent the next five years as a technology and business processes consultant with Accenture before making the decision to become an attorney.

Keith was born in Honolulu, Hawaii where his father was completing his service with the United States Navy. The family returned to their native state of Ohio in 1972. After spending a few years in Pickerington, the family moved to Dublin, Ohio where his parents continue to reside.

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