Following graduation from the University of Notre Dame, Professor Mangan served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps for four years and achieved the rank of Captain. After leaving the service, Professor Mangan attended the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served on the Law Review.
Upon graduation, Mangan practiced as a labor and employment lawyer in the McLean, Virginia office of Hunton & Williams. Returning to Cincinnati, Professor Mangan continued his practice as an employment lawyer with Frost Brown Todd. After deciding to shift gears from employment litigation to employee benefits, Mangan joined the law firm of Graf & Stiebel, where he practiced in the areas of executive compensation, employee benefits, and the representation of closely held businesses. Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Mangan served as Senior Vice President, Human Resources with MED3OOO, a Pittsburgh-based healthcare technology and medical practice management company.
As a Professor of Practice, Mangan’s focus is the practice of law in non-litigation contexts, including contract drafting, client counseling, and corporate governance.