Monday, August 14, 2006

What Makes Me Qualified to Be Attorney General?

I have a number of significant qualifications to be Attorney General that you cannot find in any of my opponents. I graduated at the top of my class from one of the finest national law schools, the Northwestern University School of Law. After law school I joined Warner Norcross & Judd, one of Michigan's largest private law firms, with an impeccable reputation for its top-flight legal practice. For the past 25 years I have trained and grown in the practice of law at Warner Norcross, concentrating in commercial real estate transactions and election law. I have been recognized in many publications for my real estate expertise, including The Best Lawyers in America. Most importantly, I served more than 10 years as the Chairperson of the firm's Real Estate Services Group. That position gave me day-to-day experience in managing, motivating and building consensus among a sometimes-fractious group of approximately 40 attorneys and paralegals, not to mention many legal secretaries and staff. This is exactly the sort of legal management experience one needs to oversee the State of Michigan's in-house law firm known as the Attorney General's office.


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