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WSU Law School Alumni Selected to Crain’s 40 Under 40
DETROIT (Sept. 24, 2007) – Wayne State University Law School alumni Ben Smith, 38, and Anne MacIntyre, 39, were recently selected as two of the area’s top business leaders in Crain’s 2007 40 Under 40 Class.
“On behalf of Wayne State University Law School, I would like to congratulate Mr. Smith and Ms. MacIntyre on being named to Crain’s 40 Under 40,” said Wayne State University Law School Dean Frank H. Wu. “Both have achieved a great deal professionally and serve as inspirational role models for the next generation of leaders in Southeast Michigan.”
Smith, who received his J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in 2000, is vice president of development and brokerage for The Farbman Group in Southfield, a real estate services company with annual revenue of roughly $25 million. According to Crain’s, his biggest accomplishment is his involvement with the development of the Riverfront Promenade in Detroit, the Detroit Public Schools Support Services Center and Detroit YMCA building.
MacIntyre, who received her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in 1993, is president of Community Central Wealth Management in Mount Clemens. According to Crain’s, her biggest accomplishment was in the creation of the wealth-management and trust division of the Community Central Bank, adding $160 million to the bank’s asset base.
To read more about Smith, MacIntyre and other 2007 members of the 40 Under 40 class, please visit Crain’s at here.
For the past 17 years, Crain’s has been identifying men and women in the business and nonprofit community who have achieved solid business success before the age of 40. Close to 250 people were nominated for this year’s 40 Under 40.
Wayne State University Law School has served Michigan and beyond since its inception as Detroit City Law School in 1927. Located in Detroit’s re-energized historic cultural center, the Law School remains committed to student success and features modern lecture and court facilities, multi-media classrooms, a 250-seat auditorium, and the Arthur Neef Law Library, which houses one of the nation's 30 largest legal collections. Taught by an internationally recognized faculty, Wayne State Law School students experience a high-quality legal education via a growing array of hands-on curricular offerings, five live-client clinics, and access to well over 100 internships with local and non-profit entities each year. Its 11,000 living alumni, who work in every state of the nation and more than a dozen foreign countries, include leading members of the local, national and international legal communities. For more information, visit www.law.wayne.edu.