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Bennett specializes in intellectual property law, with a focus on patent law. Bennett began working at Frost Brown Todd as a Summer Associate in 2021. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, he earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Cincinnati. As part of his studies, Bennett worked as a process engineer in the optimization of steelmaking for a well-known global manufacturer. After earning his bachelor’s, Bennett studied at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he earned his J.D. and graduated magna cum laude. He was also awarded the Henry A. Morrill Prize for writing the best exam in Constitutional Law. While in law school, Bennett participated in the Patent and Trademark Clinic, gaining first-hand experience drafting patents for independent inventors. As part of his commitment to civic service, Bennett worked as a legal fellow with The Ohio Innocence Project, where he participated in 25 different cases of incarcerated people claiming wrongful convictions.

Other Info About Bennett


Law School

University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D., 2022, magna cum laude

Undergraduate School

University of Cincinnati, BS, Chemical Engineering, 2019, Honors


Local & National Recognition

Henry A. Morrill Constitutional Law Prize, 2020

Civic Activities

Civic & Charitable Organizations

Legal Fellow, The Ohio Innocence Project

Major Publications

Bennett is an author or contributor to the following publications:

Author, “A Global Pandemic and a Wildcat Strike: How COVID-19 and Civil Unrest Could Impact the NBA’s Labor Relations” DePaul Journal of Sports Law, June 2021