Ellen Duke is an associate attorney who serves Wagenmaker & Oberly with a strong passion for helping nonprofit clients achieve their missions. Ellen's extensive experience as a trusted legal advisor contributes to her current work with religious organizations, social service providers, and other nonprofits engaged extensively with international operations. She currently focuses on real estate matters.
Ellen began working with Wagenmaker & Oberly in 2014. After three years with the firm, she moved to Cleveland to serve as in-house counsel with a campus ministry. Ellen then worked as a dispute resolution staff attorney at the Cleveland Housing Court, where she provided alternative dispute resolution services and other legal assistance related to landlord/tenant law. Ellen is delighted to use her varied legal experience navigating relational complexities involved with property ownership and transactions to serve Wagenmaker & Oberly's nonprofit clients.
Ellen and her husband Seth currently live in a century-old home in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. She is an avid reader, enjoys jigsaw and logic puzzles, and is always interested in learning new things.