I worked in higher education and fundraising for 7 years before going to law school. During my years in law school, I worked at a private firm and in the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, and worked for the Patients Rights Council, a non-profit organization devoted to protecting the rights of the medically vulnerable. This sparked my interest in estate planning, elder issues, and end of life medical ethics.
After graduation, I worked as in-house counsel for a biotech software company and started my solo law practice on the side. Since then, I have left the company, renewed my affiliation with the Patients Rights Council, and expanded my law practice, focusing on serving the personal and business legal needs of the members of our community.