Fraser Trebilcock is excited to announce the addition of two new attorneys to the firm: Amy S. Wolanin and Emily M. Vanderlaan. Amy and Emily worked at Fraser Trebilcock as law clerks while pursuing their law degrees from the Michigan State University College of Law.
Before joining the firm, Amy was as an intern for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan. During her time there, she attended numerous oral arguments and observed a variety of criminal trials. She also conducted research on Civil Rights, domestic violence, the Fourth Amendment, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Amy’s practice focuses on business and tax law, bankruptcy, family law, estate planning, litigation, and real estate law.
Emily is no stranger to legal accolades. While at law school, she was a finalist for various moot court competitions, the Weschler National First Amendment Moot Court Competition (Fall 2018), and Intraschool Moot court Competition (Spring 2018). Before working with the firm, Emily was a legal extern for the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office where she litigated initial depositional hearings, review hearings, and preliminary motions for juvenile court cases. Her practice focuses on appellate law, insurance law, intellectual property, litigation, and real estate law.
“We are thrilled to have Amy and Emily join the firm, and are confident that they will continue the mission of providing excellent legal services to our clients,” said Michael H. Perry, President of Fraser Trebilcock.
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