The Early Years
Mike Guluzian was born in Columbus, Ohio and spent his young adult life growing up there. He graduated with honors from Bishop Watterson High School and then decided to attend The Ohio State University.
As a student at The Ohio State University, Mike Guluzian was extremely involved in politics and student activities. While he attended OSU, Mike Guluzian gradually narrowed his area of focus on international politics and policy.
In addition, he studied multiple languages including Farsi, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and American Sign Language. He greatly enjoyed writing and was chosen as a Finalist for Undergraduate Paper of the Year. Mike Guluzian graduated from OSU with a bachelor of arts in political science and a minor in international studies.
After he attended OSU, Mike Guluzian chose to attend law school at Capital University Law School. There, he was given the honor of the Order of the Curia and graduated cum laude. Mike Guluzian also served as an associate editor at the Capital University Law Review. During his time at Capital, he was a representative on the Honor Code Appeals Committee and the Student Bar Association. In addition, he helped mentor incoming law students as a fellow in the Academic Success Protocol.
Mike Guluzian has been a devoted member of Plymale & Dingus since January 2011. Initially, he was a law clerk and then, after graduation and passage of the state bar exam, he accepted a position as an associate attorney with our firm.
Mike Guluzian’s area of focus encompasses a wide variety of practice areas, including domestic relations litigation (divorce, dissolution, child custody, etc.), criminal litigation, and civil litigation (personal injury, product liability, etc).