Fraser Trebilcock is happy to announce that attorney Jean E. Kordenbrock has joined the firm and will work primarily in the firm’s Lansing office.
Jean has a proven track record of supporting her clients’ business initiatives, positioning clients and colleagues for success. In addition to her work in private practice, she has served as the catalyst for numerous nonprofit organizations and issue advocacy campaigns.
Jean’s practice focuses on governmental affairs, nonprofits and campaign finance. She has previously consulted with federal and state government officials on matters such as compliant ballot question initiatives, successful millage campaigns, and a public grassroots advocacy campaign in Michigan. Jean has provided legal counsel to the Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives, and was appointed by former Michigan Governor John Engler to serve as Executive Director of the Michigan Women’s Commission, Department of Civil Rights where she was responsible for all Commission activities and program initiatives. “Jean’s proven track record of success makes this a great addition to our firm, and we are excited to have her on board,” said Michael H. Perry, President of Fraser Trebilcock.
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