C. Alyse Bender Hoffer
Alyse is a managing associate in Frost Brown Todd's Finance and Real Estate Practice Group in the Cincinnati office, where she focuses her practice in the areas of real estate law and commercial real estate transactions.
Alyse, a second-generation attorney, graduated magna cum laude from Northern Kentucky University (NKU) Salmon P. Chase College of Law, where she was a member of the Salmon P. Chase Inns of Court and Chase's National Arbitration Team. Prior to law school, Alyse graduated summa cum laude from Northern Kentucky University, where she was a member of the university's Board of Regents and served as Student Government Association President.
Alyse is a native of Northern Kentucky and enjoys working in her community. She has served for many years as the coordinator for the Northern Kentucky Teen Court Program, which provides juvenile offenders with the opportunity to participate in a formal court process carried out by their peers. Alyse is passionate about educating high school students regarding the legal system and sharpening their public speaking and interpersonal communication skills. Alyse is the President of the NKU Delta Gamma Fraternity Housing Corporation and serves on the NKU Young Alumni Council.
Highlights & Recognitions
- Member, Order of the Barristers, 2011
- National Finalist, NKU Chase Arbitration Team, ABA National Arbitration Competition, 2011
- Law Related Education Award of Achievement, Kentucky Court of Justice, 2010
- NKU Foundation Legacy Student Leadership Award, 2008
Memberships & Affiliations
- Ohio State Bar Association
Cincinnati Bar Association
Kentucky State Bar Association
Northern Kentucky Bar Association
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- Northern Kentucky Teen Court Program, Coordinator
- Northern Kentucky University, Young Alumni Council
- Delta Gamma Fraternity, Northern Kentucky University, Housing Corporation, President
Non-FBT Publications and Events
Arbitration Law (2nd ed), Teacher's Manual, by Katherine V.W. Stone & Richard A. Bales, Contributor