Benjamin M. Low

Summary

Ben is an associate in Taft’s Litigation and Privacy and Data Security practice groups. He represents individuals and businesses across many industries in all areas of litigation, including construction, employment, non-competition agreements, and breach of contract. Confidently representing clients in the role of plaintiff or defendant, Ben is an experienced negotiator and a strong litigator when the need arises.

Prior to coming to the firm, Ben was a judicial intern for the Hon. Matthew F. Leitman, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

All Service Areas

Education

  • Wayne State University Law School (2018)

    J.D.
    cum laude
    Provost’s Scholar; Recipient of the W.D. Traitel Scholarship; Raymond Krell Scholarship; Ferne Walter Scholarship; John W. Reed Endowed Scholarship; the Honorable Daniel S. and Sarah Opperman Endowed Scholarship; Bronze Key Certificate; Silver Key Certificate; Faculty Award

  • University of Michigan, Dearborn (2006)

    B.A. - Psychology, History

Admissions

  • State - Michigan

Professional Affiliations

  • State Bar of Michigan

    Member

  • Oakland County Bar Association

    Member

  • Christian Legal Society

    Member

Community Involvement

  • Grace Church

    Elder and Vice-President of Consistory