Alumni Accomplishments

  • Alexander A. Ayar (2006)

    joined the Detroit office of McDonald Hopkins LLC as member in the Litigation Department. Ayar’s legal practice has focused on litigation matters involving business, real estate, construction, employment, data privacy and cyber security. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Oakland University.

  • Laura M. Bassett (2008)

    has joined Dickinson Wright PLLC as of counsel. Bassett is an experienced public law and municipal finance attorney. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.

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    Corey M. Beaubien (2006)

    co-authored “U.S. design patents — no longer second chair” for the IAM Yearbook 2018. He also was a speaker for the webcast “The Hague Agreement and Design Filings: Things You Need to Know and Do,” presented by The Knowledge Group LLC in October 2017. Beaubien is a managing shareholder at the law firm Reising Ethington P.C. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Kettering University.

  • Nicholas W. Mull (2012)

    wrote “The Honor of War: Core Value of the Warrior Ethos and Principle of the Law of War” for the Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Michigan University.

  • E. Powell Miller (1986) 

    was appointed in November 2017 as the lead counsel in the Fiat gearshift MDL in Detroit. Miller is a partner of The Miller Law Firm where he focuses his practice on litigation. He earned his bachelor's degree from Georgetown University.

  • Douglas Dozeman (1983)

    has been re-elected as managing partner at Warner Norcross & Judd, where he is tasked with guiding the firm’s strategic direction and continued growth over the next two years across the firm’s eight offices.  Dozeman earned his bachelor’s degree from Calvin College.

  • Picture of Kathryn E. Hickner (2003)
    Kathryn E. Hickner (2003)

    has been elected to the Board of Directors of The McGregor Foundation. Hickner is co-chair of Ulmer & Berne LLP's health care practice group, where she specializes in transactional matters and compliance with federal and state health care regulations. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Jehan Crump-Gibson (2009)

    co-founded Great Lakes Legal Group PLLC, a minority women-owned law firm in metro Detroit. Prior to launching Great Lakes Legal Group, Crump-Gibson worked at her own law firm, C&G Solutions. She earned dual bachelor degrees in political science and English from Michigan State University.

  • Adam Kessler (2015)

    was named one of The Well & Jewish News’ 36 Under 36. Kessler is an attorney at Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss P.C. He graduated from Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2008.

  • Picture of Kristina Araya (2010)
    Kristina Araya (2010)

    has been promoted to partner at Warner Norcross & Judd in Grand Rapids. Araya focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and risk management. Her litigation practice includes insurance coverage disputes, shareholder disputes and banking and securities litigation. Araya earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of Terrence J.L. Reeves (Thompson) (2008)
    Terrence J.L. Reeves (Thompson) (2008)

    joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as managing attorney in firm's new Ann Arbor office, where he advises venture capital funds and venture-backed startups. Reeves earned his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Michigan University and his MBA from the University of Notre Dame.

  • Laura Paullin-Hebden (1989)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Paullin-Hebden is an executive partner at Warner Norcross and Judd LLP.

  • Picture of Michelle Crockett (2000)
    Michelle Crockett (2000)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Crockett is hiring chair, and diversity and professional development principal at Miller Canfield Paddock and Stone.

  • Picture of Elizabeth Hardy (1984)
    Elizabeth Hardy (1984)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Hardy is a member of Kienbaum Opperwall Hardy & Pelton PLC.

  • Picture of Michelle Harrell (1993)
    Michelle Harrell (1993)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Harrell is a shareholder at Maddin Hauser Roth and Heller PC.

  • Picture of Donna MacKenzie (2004)
    Donna MacKenzie (2004)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. MacKenzie is a shareholder at Olsman MacKenzie & Wallace PC.

  • Picture of Laurel McGiffert (1980)
    Laurel McGiffert (1980)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. McGiffert is a partner at Plunkett Cooney PC.

  • Picture of Patricia Nemeth (1984)
    Patricia Nemeth (1984)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Nemeth is president and CEO of Nemeth Law PC.

  • Martha Olijnyk (1999)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Olijnyk is a senior partner at The Miller Law Firm PC.

  • Angela Povilaitis (2000)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Povilaitis is an assistant attorney general at the Michigan Department of Attorney General.

  • Erika Riggs (2011)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Riggs is an attorney at Disability Attorneys of Michigan.

  • Sangeeta Shah (1993)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Shah is a shareholder and chief diversity officer at Brooks Kushman PC.

  • Joanne Swanson (1981)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Swanson is a member at Kerr Russell.

  • Picture of Ronda Tate Truvillion (2006)
    Ronda Tate Truvillion (2006)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Tate Truvillion is a partner at Lewis & Munday.

  • Ann Marie Uetz (1993)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Uetz is a partner at Foley & Lardner LLP.

  • Wendy Zabriskie (1991)

    was named one of the most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017 by Crain’s Detroit Business. Zabriskie is a member and partner at Bodman PLC.

  • Cody Attisha (2016)

    joined the law firm of Kerr Russell as an associate. His practice focuses on taxation law, corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions. He earned his bachelor's degree from Wayne State University.

  • Picture of Ian W. Larkin
    Ian W. Larkin (2017)

    has joined the Royal Oak office of Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, a full-service law firm with a national and international practice that provides legal services to businesses and business owners.  He concentrates his practice in business and corporate law.  Larkin earned bachelor's degree from Wayne State University.

  • Picture of Matt Paradiso (2017)
    Matt Paradiso (2017)

    has joined the Detroit office of the law firm of Hall, Render, Killian, Heath and Lyman, the largest health care-focused law firm in the nation. He practices in the area of health care law with a focus on commercial litigation and corporate transactions. Paradiso earned his B.A. from James Madison College at Michigan State University.

  • Picture of Valerie Newman (1992)
    Valerie Newman (1992)

    has been named director of the Wayne County Prosecutor's new victim integrity unit. Newman was featured in the Detroit Free Press report "Battler for the wrongly convicted will join Wayne County Prosecutor's Office."

  • Picture of Alicia W. Birach (2010)
    Alicia W. Birach (2010)

    has been named an Up and Coming Lawyer for 2017 by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Birach is a shareholder at Foster Swift Collins and Smith in Southfield.

  • Picture of Linda Burwell (1985)
    Linda Burwell (1985)

    announced that her firm has been renamed to National Investigation Counsel. The firm, founded in 2013, is a leader in conducting independent workplace investigations, with a focus on matters involving C-suite high-level executives.

  • Picture of Jessica Woll (1993)
    Jessica Woll (1993)

    was quoted in The Detroit News article “Entrepreneurs restore, rent area historic homes.” Woll’s firm, Woll & Woll PC, recently received a certificate of registration for the term “child-centric divorceā„ ” from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

  • Picture of Sungwook (Sung) Lee (2012)
    Sungwook (Sung) Lee (2012)

    joined the Ann Arbor office of Brinks Gilson & Lione as a patent attorney. Lee earned his master's degree from University of Michigan and his bachelor’s degree from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology. He is a member of Korean-American Professionals in the Automotive Industry.

  • Picture of Jill Bloom
    Jill Bloom (1999)

    has been promoted to partner of Fragomen Worldwide. She advises corporate clients in various industries on all aspects of business immigration law, including nonimmigrant visas, permanent residency with a focus on PERM, expatriate assignments, strategic compliance, and immigration support for corporate restructuring. She also advises on a wide range of family-based immigration issues. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. 

  • Picture of Patricia M. Nemeth
    Patricia M. Nemeth (J.D. 1984, LL.M. 1990)

    has been named vice chair of the board of the Detroit-based Mosaic Youth Theater, an award winning national model for arts education and youth development. She originally joined the Mosaic board in 2014. Nemeth also was one of 47 female attorneys selected for inclusion in an American Bar Association book entitled, “Grit, the Secret to Advancement: Stories of Successful Women Lawyers. Nemeth is founder of Nemeth Law PC, which in 2017 is celebrating its 25th anniversary. 

  • Rachel Roe (1994)

    has been named vice president and general counsel of Munson Healthcare, a nine hospital healthcare system located in Traverse City, Michigan. 

  • Lindsay Abramson (2006)

    has been named superior court commissioner for Maricopa County, Arizona. She previously worked with the Maricopa County Public Defender Office since 2007. 

  • Robert D. Wolford (2000)

    has been elected managing member of Miller Johnson. Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, he will oversee management of the firm and lead strategic initiatives along with Craig Lubben. 

  • Picture of Terry Bonnette
    Terry Bonnette (2004)

    delivered a presentation on “Social Media and Patients’ Rights” at the Health Care Association of Michigan and Michigan Center for Assisted Living Annual Convention in September in Grand Rapids. He also presented “Managing Religious Discrimination Claims” in July in Pittsburgh. Bonnette is a partner with Nemeth Law. 

  • Picture of Michael Cassar
    Michael Cassar (2017)

    joined the Lansing office of Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC as a member of the firm’s Finance, Real Estate and Bankruptcy, and Employer Services practice groups.

  • Picture of Leslie A. Rojas
    Leslie A. Rojas (2008)

    has been appointed to the governing council of the State Bar of Michigan’s Health Care Law Section. She also was elected to serve a second year as a member of both the Medical Legal and Technology Subcommittees for the section. Rojas is an attorney with Plunkett Cooney. 

  • Picture of Paul Isso
    Paul Isso (2011)

    of the Tempe, Arizona law firm, The Isso Law Firm PLLC, has added the area of personal injury law to its practice, and the firm now accepts personal injury cases -- ranging from slip and fall matters to auto accident cases. The firm previously was primarily a criminal defense practice. 

  • Alicia Skillman (2000)

    was appointed by the Board of Ethics of the City of Detroit as its executive director. Skillman runs day to day operations that support the mission of the ethics board, which is to ensure that governmental decisions are made in the public's best interest by prohibiting public servants from participating in matters that affect their personal or financial interests. 

  • Picture of Nate Fink
    Nate Fink (2011)

    was named one of Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s “Up and Coming Lawyers” for 2017.

  • Darryl L. Edwards (2007)

    was appointed as an administrative judge for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Charlotte, NC. Edwards' previous role with the EEOC was senior trial attorney. He joined the agency in September 2007 through its Honors Program for recent law school graduates.

  • Picture of Jeffrey M. Schroder
    Jeffrey M. Schroder (2001)

    has been appointed to the governing council of the State Bar of Michigan’s Health Care Law Section. He also was elected chair of the Legislative Committee for the Health Care Law Section. Schroder is an attorney with Plunkett Cooney. 

  • Picture of Emily Thomas (2012)
    Emily Thomas (2012)

    was the subject of a feature story for Reiter & Walsh PC where she is a birth injury attorney. In the story, Thomas talks about how Wayne Law prepared her for her career. You can read the full story here. She earned her bachelor's degree from Michigan State University.

  • Marquis Bradshaw (2012)

    won the 2016 San Francisco Black Film Festival for his independent documentary film, "The Blackboard," examining the issue of racial identity through the lens of skateboarding. His film has been featured in several publications including Ebony magazine and OkayPlayer. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

  • Corey M. Beaubien (2006)

    was quoted in an article in the Wall Street Journal in September 2017 entitled "A Shape-Shifting Car? Patent Filings Point to Auto Industry's Future." He was also named a Michigan Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2017 for intellectual property. Beaubien, a managing shareholder at the IP law firm Reising Ethington PC in Troy, earned his bachelor’s degree from Kettering University.

  • Mark Baker (1998)

    was appointed in June of 2016 to serve as an administrative law judge for the Social Security Administration in Richmond, Virginia. He also has continued his service in the U.S. Navy Reserves; he holds the rank of Commander and currently serves as the executive officer for a unit responsible for appeals from Navy and Marine Corps Courts-Martial. He earned his master’s degree from the Naval War College and his bachelor’s degree from Hope College.

  • Kathy Browne (1987)

    patent holder and multiple award-winning conservation educator, has been appointed chairperson of the Piety Hill Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Conservation Committee. Browne and Dean Jabara, patent holder and longstanding waterfowl wildlife habitat conservation educator, will be adding a DAR hummingbird habitat project to their ongoing conservation and beautification work for the Plymouth, Michigan Downtown Development Authority in 2018.

  • Scott Hogan (2009)

    co-authored a chapter titled "Method Claiming in the United States: The Who, What, and Where of Enforcement" for The International Comparative Legal Guide to Patents 2018, 8th Edition, published by Global Legal Group Ltd. Hogan, a shareholder with Reising Ethington PC, earned his master’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his bachelor’s degree from Kettering University. 

  • Kenneth P. Williams (1998)

    joined Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney as a shareholder in Detroit. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.
     

  • Picture of Robert E. Thomas
    Robert E. Thomas (2013)

    was named to the 2017 class of 30 in their Thirties by DBusiness magazine. He earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

  • Picture of Jordan Summers
    Jordan Summers (2013)

    received United Way of Midland County's 2017 "Outstanding Young Leader" Award. This award recognizes an individual who encourages the spirit of philanthropy and volunteerism among emerging leaders. Summers, a trust officer with Chemical Bank in Saginaw, also was appointed to the Board of Education for the Midland County Educational Service Agency. He earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Northwood University.

  • Picture of Stephen Ravas
    Stephen Ravas (2005)

    completed a six-month detail to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Alexandria, Virginia as a special assistant U.S. attorney. He earned his bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.

  • Picture of Mike Serra
    Mike Serra (2013)

    wrote, “Don’t Be Fooled By These Brand Protection Scams,” which was published in the Sept. 20, 2017 issue of The Brand Protection Professional (BPP). Serra, a senior associate with Bodman in Ann Arbor, earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. 

  • Picture of Mariam Saad Bazzi
    Mariam Saad Bazzi (2005)

    was named one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ 40 Under 40. Bazzi, who was appointed by the governor to the 3rd Circuit Court in Wayne County, earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. 

  • Picture of Ana Victoria Campos
    Ana Victoria Campos (2015)

    joined the Michigan Department of Attorney General in Lansing as an assistant attorney general in the Revenue & Collections Division. She was sworn in by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of Chelsey L. Marsh
    Chelsey L. Marsh (2014)

    joined Dickinson Wright in Troy as an associate. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of Brian P. Foley
    Brian P. Foley (2007)

    joined Dickinson Wright in Troy as of counsel. He earned his master’s degree from Michigan State University and his bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College.

  • Picture of Elizabeth Silverman
    Elizabeth Silverman (1984)

    is the recipient of the 2017 Solo and Small Firm Section of the State Bar of Michigan's Outstanding Achievement Award. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan – Dearborn.

  • Picture of Heather M. Olson
    Heather M. Olson (2005)

    joined Dickinson Wright in Troy as a member. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College.

  • Picture of Heather M. Olson
    Heather M. Olson (2005)

    an attorney with Dickinson Wright in Troy, was selected for Leadership Oakland LOXXVIII Cornerstone Class. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College.

  • Picture of Heidi Junttila
    Heidi Junttila (2008)

    has joined Nemeth Law in Detroit as a senior attorney. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Wayne State University.

  • Picture of Matthew S. LaBeau
    Matthew S. LaBeau (2006)

    joined Collins Einhorn Farrell PC’s general and automotive liability practice group. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University.

  • Picture of Steven Harris
    Steven Harris (2013)

    opened the Law Offices of Steven T. Harris PLLC in Lake Orion, Michigan. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University.

  • Picture of Patricia M. Nemeth
    Patricia M. Nemeth (J.D. 1984, LL.M. 1990)

    was named a 2017 Michigan Super Lawyer in the area of employment litigation defense and was again included among the Top 25 Women Business Michigan Super Lawyers and Top 50 Women Michigan Super Lawyers. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Laura M. Kubit (2011)

    was elected to the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section Executive Council. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of Kara R. Hart-Negrich
    Kara R. Hart-Negrich (2009)

    was elected to the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section Executive Council. She is a staff attorney with the State Housing Development Authority in Lansing. Hart-Negrich earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan – Dearborn. 

  • Aristidi D. Papaioannou (2016)

    was elected to the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section Executive Council. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan – Dearborn.

  • Picture of Matthew P. Breuer
    Matthew P. Breuer (2012)

    was elected to the State Bar of Michigan Young Lawyers Section Executive Council. Breuer, an attorney with Howard & Howard in Royal Oak, earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.

  • Picture of Alexander J. DeWitt
    Alexander J. DeWitt (2014)

    received the 2016-17 Pro Bono Service Award from the Detroit Bar Association. He is an associate with Butzel Long in Bloomfield Hills. DeWitt earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of Tony Paris
    Tony Paris (2007)

    was awarded the Detroit Bar Association Barrister’s Community Impact Award. He is lead attorney at Sugar Law Center. Paris earned his bachelor’s degree from Adrian College. 

  • Picture of Daryle Salisbury
    Daryle Salisbury (1970)

    was inducted into the Michigan Workers’ Compensation Hall of Fame. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State.

  • Picture of Sandra D. Glazier
    Sandra D. Glazier (1982)

    was a featured speaker on will and trust contents during Wilmington Trust’s 2017 Summer Symposium for Trusts & Estates Professionals at Christie’s in New York City. She is a principal with Lipson Neilson Cole Seltzer & Garin PC in Bloomfield Hills. Glazier earned her bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University.

  • Danilo Wittica, LL.M. (2007)

    was named head of Sherwin Williams Brazil’s Latin American tax department. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Universidade Paulista in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

  • Picture of Celeste Arduino
    Celeste Arduino (2007)

    was named the 2017 Outstanding Young Lawyer by the American Bar Association’s Nonprofit Organizations Committee. Arduino, a member of Bodman in Detroit, earned her bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University.

  • Picture of Tom Cameron
    Tom Cameron (1996)

    was appointed by the governor to the 1st District Michigan Court of Appeals. He earned his bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University.

  • Picture of Oday Salim
    Oday Salim (2008)

    was named executive director of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center. He holds a master of laws degree from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, and a master's degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Salim earned a bachelor's degree in English from Wayne State University's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2001.

  • Kuryakin C. Rucker (2006)

    was named general counsel to Sarai Investment Corporation in Huntsville, Alabama. He is a Ph.D. student in management at Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky, and he earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Wayne State University.

  • Picture of Bryan Waldman
    Bryan Waldman (1992)

    was named a “Top 100 Leading Lawyer,” “Top 100 Outstate (Non-Detroit Metro) Lawyer” and “Top 100 Consumer Lawyer” by Leading Lawyers. He is a partner at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Lansing. Waldman earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.

  • Picture of James F. Graves
    James F. Graves (1972)

    was named a “Top 100 Outstate (Non-Detroit Metro) Lawyer” and a “Top 100 Consumer Lawyer” by Leading Lawyers. He is a partner at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Lansing. Graves earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Picture of George Sinas
    George Sinas (1975)

    was named one of Michigan’s “Top 10 Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Lawyers” by Leading Lawyers. He also was named one of Michigan’s “Top 10 Consumer Lawyers.” Sinas, a partner with Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Lansing, earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Nicholas W. Mull (2012)

    earned his LL.M. with honors as a James Kent Scholar from Columbia Law School. He also received a certification of excellence in international and comparative law from the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law affiliated with Columbia. Mull earned his bachelor's degree from Eastern Michigan University.

  • Kristen Getting (1995)

    was named Calhoun County Circuit-Probate Court administrator/Friend of the Court, a position she will begin in September. Getting earned her bachelor's degree from Michigan State University.

  • Dana Khalife-Marjieh (2007)

    has started a full-service law firm, Black Marjieh Leff & Sanford LLP, in metro New York. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan. 

  • K. Scott Hamilton (1989)

    has been selected as the 2017 Detroit Bar Legal Scholar by the Detroit Bar Association. He is a member of Dickinson Wright PLLC's Detroit office. Hamilton earned his bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University.

  • Mark Erman (2007)

    and his brother Eric founded Ermanos Craft Beer & Wine Bar in Tucson, Arizona. They were featured in the Detroit Jewish News. Read the full report here. Mark Erman earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Jack Schulz (2013)

    has started a plaintiff-side labor and employment firm, Schulz Gotham PLC, in Detroit. He earned his bachelor's degree from Michigan State University.

  • Elizabeth Gotham (2014)

    has started a plaintiff-side labor and employment firm, Schulz Gotham PLC, in Detroit. She earned her bachelor's degree from Michigan State University's James Madison College.

  • Mark Cousens (1970)

    was recognized by Labor@Wayne for a lifetime of dedicated service to the labor movement. He earned his bachelor's degree from Wayne State University.

  • Ami (Patel) Gadhia (2003)

    has been named technology transfer and patenting specialist for the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the National Institutes of Health. She earned her LL.M. from the George Washington University Law School and her bachelor's degree from Wayne State University.

  • Bruce Miller (1954)

    was recognized by Labor@Wayne for a lifetime of dedicated service to the labor movement. He earned his bachelor's degree from Mexico City College.

  • Carl Lundblad (1997)

    was named chief executive officer of Ten Thousand Villages, a non-profit fair trade retailer. He earned his bachelor's degree from Messiah College.

  • David B. Liner (1980)

    was elected to CECO Environmental Corporation's board of directors. He earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Alisha Cieslak (2009)

    was promoted to chief legal & risk officer for Gordon Food Service in Grand Rapids. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan - Dearborn.

  • Laurel McGiffert (1980)

    has been chosen to receive the Earl J. Cline/Sherwin Schreier Award for Excellence from the State Bar of Michigan's Negligence Law Section. The award is presented annually to recognize an individual's superb skill as a justice, judge or attorney in the field of negligence law and dispute resolution. McGiffert is a partner with Plunkett Cooney in Detroit. She earned her bachelor's degree from Vassar College.

  • Channing Robinson-Holmes (2016)

    has joined Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers in Royal Oak as an associate attorney. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

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