Clark Hill’s Randi Glanz Named One of Crain’s Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan 2017
DETROIT, MI – Randi Glanz, a Member in Clark Hill’s Litigation and Family Law Practice Groups, was recently named one of Michigan’s Notable Women Lawyers by Crain’s Detroit Business. The nomination is given to female lawyers who are leaders in their community and workplace.
Crain’s stated, “The most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan set legal precedent, navigate the complexities of mergers and acquisitions and manage high-profile cases. They win awards and earn promotions. They also volunteer, teach and mentor.”
Randi is a Family Law Expert who is recognized for her advocacy, knowledge and dedication to the field. In addition to her professional practice, Randi maintains an active role in community affairs. She is a volunteer for a number of local charities with a focus on assisting families and minor children throughout the Metropolitan Detroit area.
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