Fraser Trebilcock is proud to take part in a unique program designed to give law school students an inside look into the legal world. The training program, called 60 Minute Mentoring, was created by Cooley Law School in partnership with the Ingham County Bar Association (ICBA).
Today, Attorney Marlaine C. Teahan met with a second year student of Cooley Law School as part of the program. Ms. Teahan provided information on developing a Trusts & Estates practice, interviewing techniques, as well as local and state-wide networking opportunities with other attorneys.
Ms. Teahan is chair of Fraser Trebilcock’s Trusts and Estates Department, and Co-Chair of the ICBA Probate and Trust Section. She handles a wide variety of matters including: drafting wills, trusts and durable powers of attorney; trust and estate administration; guardianship and conservatorship matters; and probate litigation.