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McGown & Markling is a proud sponsor of the Winterhurst Hockey Association, which is a volunteer, nonprofit, educational and recreational organization dedicated to the growth and development of youth hockey for children between the ages of 4-18. Matt Markling and his wife Katie have had all three of their boys participate in the Winterhurst Hockey […]
On the evening of February 24, 2017, Matt Markling participated in “Family Reading Night,” an annual event sponsored by the Grant Elementary School PTA in Lakewood. This year, Matt joined fellow parents and teachers to read aloud to nearly 100 students and their families. Each reader was asked to select a book that would communicate […]
It certainly was a nail-biter on Saturday, November 26 on a chilly day in Columbus, Ohio as the Ohio State Buckeyes took on rival Michigan Wolverines at home. Matt Markling and his wife Katie were lucky enough to be at the historic game to see the Buckeyes win “The Game” in double overtime and celebrate […]
As a founding director of McGown & Markling, Matthew John Markling has dedicated his life to the practice of Education Law and providing school districts with his very best legal representation. Matt is also a former school board president and a current school law professor. But Matt’s dedication doesn’t stop there. Matt is also the […]
One of McGown & Markling’s most beloved members only works on weekends and holidays, often sleeps on the floor of his office, and has a predilection for stylish sunglasses. He also has a wet nose. Meet Caesar, Matt Markling’s rescue boxer. Caesar is the second boxer rescued by Matt and his family. Caesar arrived during […]
Thanks to Brad Mendenhall, BGSU graduate and principal at Lincolnview High School, Pat Pauken had the great and fun opportunity to meet Mary Beth Tinker, one of the student plaintiffs in Pat’s favorite education law case, Tinker v. Des Moines, 393 U.S. 503 (1969). Ms. Tinker was in Ohio presenting to several high school government and social […]