Generally, no. The Michigan Zoning Enabling Act addresses the approval of special/conditional land uses and site plans. Within each Township...Read More
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Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC is delighted to announce that three new summer associates will be joining the firm for its 2021 summer associate program.
Lindsey Gergel is a second-year law student (JD 2022) at Michigan State University College of Law. Lindsey received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Michigan State University as well. In the summer of 2020, she had an internship at Legal Services of Eastern Michigan, where she was able to offer free legal assistance to low-income clients and advocate on their behalf. She also interned at the Wayne County Treasurer’s Office, where she developed a unique insight on governmental policy. She is particularly interested in furthering her knowledge in administrative law and municipal law.
Hannah Morgan is a second-year law student (JD 2022) at Michigan State University College of Law. Hannah received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from University of Colorado-Denver. While attending the University of Colorado-Denver, she became particularly interested in local government and how the law can impact small businesses and the workforce. She currently serves as a staff editor for the Michigan State Law Review. She is particularly interested in the firm’s municipal law practice.
Samantha Reetz is a second-year law student (JD 2022) at Michigan State University College of Law. Samantha received her undergraduate degree from Madonna University in paralegal studies. Prior to enrolling in law school, Samantha spent 4 years as a paralegal for a fast-paced defense firm. Her work experience organizing large caseloads, drafting pleadings, conducting legal research and assisting in the discovery process will be valuable in her pursuit of becoming a practicing attorney. She also serves as a staff editor for the Michigan State Law Review.
Each summer associate will get a genuine impression of what it is like to practice law at Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC and will benefit from a team of mentors who will introduce them to the firm’s culture, offer guidance and direction on work assignments, and ensure exposure to other attorneys and practice areas.
The firm is proud that we can continue our tradition of mentoring and shaping the next generation of attorneys, and we will utilize this group’s skills and talent to continue the delivery of high-quality legal services to our clients. We are confident that these three summer associates will be strong contributors to the firm’s efforts this summer.
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