In recognition of her dedication to her work and the local community, Michelle Rubin was named to the Michigan Lawyers Weekly “Up and Coming Lawyers Class of 2018.” The recognition honors 30 lawyers who have spent less than a decade in practice and have achieved accomplishments that set them apart from their peers.
Rubin, an associate in the firm’s Estate Planning practice group, focuses on helping her clients successfully manage life’s transitions. In her role, she counsels clients, ranging from young families and professionals to high net worth individuals, helping them plan for their future throughout the personal and economic stages of their lives.
Rubin is also deeply invested in giving back to her local community through her active participation in a number of charity organizations, including serving as a: board member of Yad Ezra, a kosher food pantry that provides groceries to families in need: board member and member of the educational loan committee of Hebrew Free Loan; and member of the Jewish Federation’s NEXTGen Connect Committee, where Rubin helps young adults within the Jewish community through mentorship, resume support and job assistance.
Rubin earned a Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, where she was a note and comment editor of the Wayne Law Review and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.