Gregory “Greg” Crutcher grew up in Portland, a working class neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky. There he learned the importance of hard work, determination, and family. Greg was one of the first in his family to graduate from high school and was Valedictorian of his class. At Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Greg worked full-time while completing five clerkships. He clerked for The Office of the Commonwealth Attorney for the 54th District, The Office of Administrative Law Judges–U.S. Dept. of Labor, The United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio, The Ohio Attorney General’s Office and The Office of the Boone County Attorney. Greg then obtained his Juris Doctor in less than 3 years and graduated top twenty in his class. Greg is now licensed to practice law in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Washington D.C, The United States District Court for the Western of Kentucky, The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky as well as various other federal jurisdictions.
Greg’s interest in community service began while a Law Clerk at The Office of the Attorney General. There he assisted in the Unemployment, Workers Compensation, Transportation, and Special Prosecution divisions. Greg knows what it’s like for hardworking people to struggle and suffer at the hand of negligent companies or indifferent bureaucrats. “I’ve succeeded when my client has had a chance to have their voice heard and they know they’ve had a fair shake. The least we can do is help them get the justice they deserve.”
In 2015, Greg began working for Douglas W. Thomson Co., LPA focusing on Estate Planning in both Wills and Trusts; Chapter 7 Bankruptcies and debt settlement negotiations. He felt it was a privilege and an honor to help clients plan for their future. “I loved helping clients, have the ability to choose where their assets would go. It provides them with a sense of relief.” Wanting to get closer to home, Greg began employment with Taylor Law, PLLC/Lloyd and McDaniel, PLC in 2016 as a Civil Litigator. Subsequently, in late 2016, he worked with the international firm, Hogan Lovells, as a New Business Intake Attorney. Missing the challenge of court, Gregory returned to Lloyd and McDaniel, PLC in 2017. In 2018, Greg joined Bubalo Law, PLC where he focused on products liability and mass tort litigation on the national and regional scale. Missing the sense of community engagement, Greg returned to the public sector working as a prosecutor in Clark County Indiana. Although rewarding, Greg felt the need to contribute to the community to a greater degree, which led to him joining Hessig and Pohl in 2020. This work engages him in the challenge of court, the pursuit of justice and service to the local community and those in need.
- Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Indiana Bar Association
- Ohio Bar Association
- Washington D.C. Bar Association
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky