Clark Hill Attorneys Jordan S. Bolton and Randi P. Glanz Nominated to The Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation
– Clark Hill Attorneys Jordan S. Bolton and Randi P. Glanz were nominated to The Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation. Membership in the Fellows signals professional accomplishment and dedicated service to the community. Fellows membership is available only by nomination of other Fellows.
The Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation is a program established in 1984 by 32 leading lawyers and judges – “Fellow Founders”- to recognize professional distinction and support the Foundation’s charitable programs. They are a distinguished group of 1,480 attorneys (5 % of active members of the State Bar of Michigan) who have been chosen for their professional excellence and community contributions.
Bolton, a Member of Clark Hill PLC’s Litigation Practice Group, has a broad-based outside general counsel and commercial litigation practice, with substantial experience in fraud and RICO actions. Although based in Michigan, Bolton has been admitted to practice in a number of state and federal trial courts and courts of appeal throughout the country. Outside the courtroom Bolton has dedicated himself to service, including service with the American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan, Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association, Oakland County Bar Association, Oakland County Bar Foundation and now the Michigan State Bar Foundation.
Glanz, also a Member of Clark Hill PLC’s Litigation Practice Group, has been practicing law in the State of Michigan since 1991 and concentrates her practice in the areas of Family Law. Her practice includes advice and counseling in such areas as Divorce, Child Custody, Parenting Time, Spousal and Child Support, Domestic Violence, Property Division,, Mediation and Arbitration, Paternity, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Change of Domicile, Grandparent’s rights and Post-Judgment Proceedings.
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