Evin Bachelor joined Wright & Moore Law Co. LPA in October 2019. At Wright & Moore, Evin primarily focuses on crafting estate, succession, and business plans for farming families.
Born and raised in Mercer County, Evin graduated from Celina High School in 2011. For his undergraduate studies, Evin attended the Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in history and political science. He graduated magna cum laude with honors.
Evin continued his studies at Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law, where he received his law degree. While in law school, Evin interned with a private law firm in Celina and with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Office of Legal Services. Evin served as an editor with the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, and he won a national award from the American Agricultural Law Association for presenting on a paper he wrote about agricultural mediation programs in the United States. Always eager to learn more, Evin enrolled in additional coursework with the University of Arkansas School of Law on the topics of farm succession planning and cooperative law.
For his first job out of law school, Evin served as a law fellow and senior research associate with the Ohio State University Extension Agricultural & Resource Law Program. One of Evin’s main responsibilities was to research legal topics important to farmers, and then educate farmers through factsheets, blog posts, live presentations, podcasts, and more. He also assisted with the agribusiness law course at Ohio State.
Evin passed the July 2018 Ohio Bar Examination and was sworn into the practice of law in Ohio on November 13, 2018 during a special session of the Ohio Supreme Court. He also passed the February 2019 Indiana Bar Examination and was sworn into the practice of law in Indiana on May 14, 2019 during a special session of the Indiana Supreme Court.
Evin remains an active member of the Ohio State Bar Association, American Agricultural Law Association, and Ohio Farm Bureau. He is currently serving as an adjunct professor teaching agricultural law at the Wright State University Lake Campus.