Firooz T. Namei

Firooz started McKinney & Namei Co, LPA with his late partner, Daniel H. McKinney. While Daniel brought his estate planning knowledge to the table, Firooz contributed a unique, firsthand perspective on the legal challenges of being a U.S. immigrant. Today, Firooz continues to use that insight to better serve his clients in all areas of the law.

Daniel H. McKinney (1929-2013)

Daniel is the late founding partner of McKinney & Namei. When he and Firooz first teamed up, they had completely different practice areas — Daniel focusing on estate planning; Firooz specializing in immigration law. Over time, though, Daniel and Firooz shared and expanded their knowledge, paving the way for our firm to be a leading source of excellent legal service in Cincinnati.

John A. Rebel

Of Counsel Attorney
As an Of Counsel attorney, John shares his legal expertise — not to mention more than 45 years of experience — with our firm on select cases. Throughout his extensive career in law, John has become a member of both the Cincinnati Bar Association and the Ohio Bar Association. Based in Cincinnati, he is able to represent clients in court throughout the entire state of Ohio.

David L. Dawson

Associate Attorney
David L. Dawson is an Associate Attorney at McKinney & Namei. His practice focuses on defending non-citizens in immigration court, family immigration, criminal defense, divorce, and litigation matters. A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law, David was a member of the law review and represented clients as a student through the law school’s civil litigation clinic.

Sarah C. Larcade

Associate Attorney
Sarah joined McKinney & Namei as an associate attorney in October 2017. Prior to joining the firm, she worked at a statewide non-profit legal services organization representing victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. During law school, Sarah worked with the Ohio Justice and Policy Center representing inmates throughout Ohio with constitutional claims against the State as part of the Constitutional Litigation Clinic.

Carolyn Marks

Associate Attorney
Carolyn A. Marks works primarily in our immigration and domestic relations practice areas. These areas include Asylum and Withholding of Removal, Cancellation of Removal, U- and T-Visas, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and state custody cases. Carolyn is a 2008 graduate of Kent State University, majoring in French Translation and minoring in Women’s Studies. She attended Seton Hall University School of Law as a Distinguished Public Interest Scholar where she participated in the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at the Center for Social Justice.

Jazmin Harris

Associate Attorney
Jazmin E. Harris joined McKinney & Namei as an associate attorney in 2018. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as an in-house immigration attorney for one of the country’s leading international healthcare staffing agencies. While there, she helped acquire immigrant and non-immigrant U.S. visas for hundreds of international healthcare professionals. Currently, she focuses her practice primarily on Special Immigration Juvenile Status, Family Law and Asylum. Jazmin also counsels clients on a wide variety of family-based immigrant U.S. Visas.

Tobias Eisenlohr

Associate Attorney
Tobias L. Eisenlohr focuses on civil litigation, criminal defense, and property rights cases. Prior to joining McKinney & Namei in 2019, he worked for municipal governments in Virginia and as a private attorney. He is at home in the courtroom, having managed hundreds of cases before over fifty jurisdictions in Virginia and Ohio. Tobias’ greatest area of interest is in private-public interactions, especially in the realm of zoning, land use planning, environmental permitting, and property rights. He also has a significant criminal defense background and prides himself on achieving positive results for his clients in the most difficult of situations.

Legal Assistants

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