Professor Boltz teaches Contracts, UCC Sales and Secured Transations, UCC Payment Systems, Domestic Violence Law Seminar and Domestic Violence Prosecution and Trial, and Remedies.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University and Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. Prof. Boltz is a member of the bar in New Jersey, Louisiana and Ohio.
Prior to teaching, Prof. Boltz was a trial attorney for a law firm in Louisiana and in the Office of the General Counsel, United States Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. Her non-legal interests include tennis, music, and arts and crafts.
Presenter on domestic abuse issues to community organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area and on-campus student groups at NKU. Presenter on domestic abuse issues to community organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area and on-campus student groups at NKU.
Volunteer hospital advocate, Northern Kentucky Women's Crisis Center.
Member, Northern Kentucky Human Trafficking Task Force.
CASE FILES IN BLACK AND BLUE: IN re AJ and DC, Sentia Publishing (2014)
I HAVE A TESTIMONY, WinePress Publishing (2002)
From Hoof To Hamburger: The fiction of a safe meat supply, 33 Willamette L. Rev. 411 (1997) Hein Online
What Is A Lawyer Really Worth? An examination into the true value of attorney labor, 25 Cumb. L. Rev. 23 (1994) Hein Online
Featured Speaker, Denial Is Not A Safety Plan II, 15th Annual Ending Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Conference, Lexington, KY (December 2013)
Selected as a member of the Board for the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Interviewed by WCPO Channel 9, “It’s a New Day” (November 4, 2012)