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Amy M. Smith is an associate attorney in the firm. Amy graduated with honors from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, and received a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University Law School, where she served as an associate editor and then executive editor of The Journal of Law in Society. Her article, "Michigan's Legislative Response to the Current Mortgage Crisis: The 'Foreclosure Lifeline' Program,lI was published in the Journal.

 

Amy possesses a wealth of litigation experience at all levels, from district courts to the Michigan Court of Appeals, and has successfully represented many clients in real estate and general business litigation. Since arriving at the firm, she has already wrestled several complex matters to favorable conclusions, painstakingly attending to the minute details that often spell the difference between success and failure. She more than holds her own in the courtroom, and already has left behind a trail of opposing counsel who undoubtedly now regret underestimating her.


Amy's practice is concentrated on litigation and collection matters for condominium and homeowner associations. Her skills ensure her clients that they will always know the status of a matter, and that their input and concerns will be at the forefront of her thinking and strategy. Her impressive organizational abilities have catapulted her to become the firm's Litigation Coordinator.

Education

  • Wayne State University School of Law, J.D., 2011

  • Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business, B.A., 2008

Courts

  • Admitted to Michigan Bar (2011)

  • Admitted to the Eastern District of Michigan, Federal Courts

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