Thank you for visiting Scholle Law and my profile page. I am pleased to share my background with you, since it has led me to the practice of personal injury law. My mission as a trial lawyer at Scholle Law is to fight for my clients to help restore their lives by seeking the best possible results after an accident and injury. My experiences both in school and in my community brought me to personal injury law practice.
I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, majoring in political science and economics. While I was in college, I volunteered for a group that worked with urban residents in Detroit. The work helped residents improve their communities in coordination with local politicians. It was in this work that I began to understand the importance of advocacy for those who needed a greater voice. Before attending law school, I worked with on a United States Congressional representative's campaign for governor. Again, in this work, I saw the importance of giving voice to those in need and the impact that can have.
I received my Juris Doctor from Valparaiso University Law School in 2014. During law school I was a member of the International Moot Court Society which develops advocacy skills through competitive legal argument and briefing. I also interned for the General Counsel at an engineering and manufacturing company in specialty motor vehicles. After graduation, I joined a business and contract litigation firm gaining experience in brief writing, motion practice, discovery and trial preparation.I joined Scholle Law over two years ago as an associate specializing in premises liability, automobile accidents and trucking accidents. My work is dedicated to helping our clients recover and to seek the best possible outcomes for them.
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