Clark Hill Attorney Ellen Hoeppner Appointed to Board of Directors of Accounting Aid Society
– Clark Hill attorney Ellen Hoeppner has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Accounting Aid Society. Accounting Aid Society is among the largest providers of free volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) for low to middle income households in Michigan. For more information, please visit www.accountingaidsociety.org.
is an Associate with the Labor and Employment Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Detroit office.
Ellen earned her J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law, where she received a merit scholarship for her high academic achievement. While attending law school, Ellen completed internships at the Michigan Supreme Court Commissioner’s Office, the Michigan Court of Appeals Research Division, the Michigan Office of the Attorney General, and the State Appellate Defenders Office. Ellen was a two year member of the Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Board, where she earned national awards for her brief writing and oral advocacy skills.
Ellen completed her undergraduate studies at Michigan State University, where she graduated
from the James Madison College with a degree in International Relations.
Prior to attending law school, Ellen was a two-year AmeriCorps member with Habitat for Humanity of Michigan, and worked as a project administrator with the Prima Civitas Foundation in Lansing, Michigan.
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