Attorney Feaster accepted an academic scholarship to attend the University of Dayton School of Law where he was active in the community including working on the 2004 Presidential election protection campaign, serving as the president of the Black Law Student Association, and founding the Charles Hamilton Houston Civil/Human Rights Law Society, and the Leaders in the Community Law Society. After two years at the University of Dayton, he decided to return home to Michigan as a visiting law student at Wayne State University Law School in order to be closer to his ailing father. While at Wayne State University, T.W. Feaster worked as a legal extern in the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office and in the Wayne State University Civil Rights Law Clinic in Detroit. He graduated from law school in 2007 and was admitted to the Michigan State Bar later that year.
After being admitted to the bar, he was employed as a judicial advisory assistant for the Honorable Judge Barkey of the Genesee County Probate Court. He left that job in 2008 to pursue his dream of opening his own solo law practice, T.W. Feaster Attorney at Law, PLLC in downtown Flint. His practice is focused on criminal defense, wills and trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, and selected family law including child custody, child support, and paternity.
Tara Parker, Child custody Attorney on Mar 29, 2018 Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. Attorney Feaster zealously advocates for all of his clients and he is extremely dedicated to providing top quality legal representation but at very reasonable and affordable prices. He is very personable and approachable, and he makes it a point to develop good relationships not only with the courts and prosecutors but also with his fellow attorneys.
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