Close Close Preview

Your amazing online presence is right this way.

Create your profile
Capture who you are, what you do, and where you're going. All in one place.

Henry Vinson

Henry Vinson

Marketing and Advertising Consultant

Integrated Marketing Communications

Hamilton County, OH

Henry Vinson is a multi-industry professional with over a decade of experience in marketing and communications. He is also a recently- graduated lawyer and a respected pilot.

Message
MENU ☰

Integrated Marketing Communications

Marketing and Advertising Consultant

As an experienced Integrated Marketing Communications Consultant with nearly two decades of experience, Henry Vinson has provided companies with strategies to generate positive publicity and media relations services. In his role, Henry has developed and executed marketing programs that help promote and create brand awareness.

"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow." -Anthony J. D'Angelo

William Howard Taft University

Juris Doctor (J.D.), Law

A current law student, Henry Vinson intends to utilize his newly-minted education to help those in need of legal aid.

West Virginia University

Master's Degree, Marketing and Communications

While attending West Virginia University, Henry Vinson studied Integrated Marketing Communications, and Journalism.

Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science

Associate's Degree, Funeral Service and Mortuary Science

Henry Vinson found a successful career as a funeral director following his graduation from Cincinnati College. While he has veered away from practicing mortuary science, he maintains a hand in the field as a marketer. Today, he specializes in promotion and branding for funeral homes.

Bolivar School of Aviation

Certified Pilot and Flight Instructor, Airplane and Rotorcraft Utilization

Henry Vinson is a certified pilot of airplanes and rotorcrafts and is fully accredited as an instructor. He teaches fledgling pilots in his spare time.

"Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do." -Potter Stewart

Tips for Improving Client Service

When fighting legal battles is your nine-to-five job, perpetually maintaining an empathetic mindset can be difficult. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing; after all, if a lawyer tried to be emotionally invested in every case she fought, she would likely find herself emotionally burned out within a few months. However, those of us in the legal field can never forget that while a client’s court battle may be just another case to us, winning it may mean the world to a client.

Read More

A Look Into an Upcoming SCOTUS Case

Laypeople tend to see laws as being set in stone and incontrovertible – and theoretically, they are. However, our legal system in practice relies on argument and interpretation far more often than you might think. In the span of a few inflected words, the implications of a law under consideration can shift considerably.

Read More

Tips for Landing a Law Internship

Law students have it rough. For all the legal profession’s reputation as a lucrative field, more lawyers than ever are finding themselves jobless and broke in the months following graduation. Nowadays, there are twice as many lawyers as the market can support, leaving many hopefuls unemployed or in a job outside of their chosen field.

Read More

5 Law Blogs You Should Be Reading

Contrary to popular belief, lawyers don’t spend most of their professional lives in the courtroom. Instead, they page through the day amidst piles of research, looking for technical details and wording specifics that could push their cases to victory. Despite their reputations as smooth talkers, much of a lawyer’s time is spent sitting quietly with their reading material.

Read More