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Michigan Appellate Practice Journal Feature

Fraser Trebilcock appellate specialist Graham K. Crabtree recently wrote an article featured in the Summer 2019 edition of the Michigan Appellate Practice Journal, discussing the history and use of Michigan’s constitutional process for voter initiatives proposing constitutional amendments and initiated […]


Fraser Trebilcock appellate specialist Graham K. Crabtree recently wrote an article featured in the Summer 2019 edition of the Michigan Appellate Practice Journal, discussing the history and use of Michigan’s constitutional process for voter initiatives proposing constitutional amendments and initiated laws, and seeking approval or disapproval of legislation by referendum. 

Read the full article HERE.


Graham K. Crabtree has been an appellate specialist in the Lansing office of Fraser Trebilcock since 1996. He was previously employed as Majority Counsel to the Judiciary Committee of the Michigan Senate from 1991 to 1996 and has been a member of the State Bar Appellate Practice Section Council since 2007.