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44670 Ann Arbor Road
Suite 170
Plymouth, MI 48170

(734) 459-0062
(734) 459-5313 fax

Macomb Office:
50 Crocker Blvd.
Suite 100
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

(586) 465-1330
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Lansing Office:
124 W Allegan St
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Lansing, MI 48933

Detroit Office:
One Woodward Avenue
Suite 1550
Detroit, MI 48226

Grand Rapids Office:
125 Ottawa Avenue NW
Suite 153
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Lee S. Schofield is an Associate attorney with the Firm. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature at Brigham Young University in 1996, where he was a Trustee Scholar. He obtained his Juris Doctorate at Michigan State College of law in 2000, where he was an officer of the MSU chapter of Amnesty International. Prior to joining the Firm in 2005, Mr. Schofield practiced commercial law with a firm in Dearborn, Michigan that had an affiliate relationship with an Anglo-Kuwaiti law firm. Mr. Schofield has handled a diverse range of commercial litigation and transactional matters, including litigation and arbitration in state, federal, and international courts, defense contract negotiation and management, small and medium-sized business and real estate transactions, Islamic finance issues, corporate issues, and trademark registrations and disputes.

Mr. Schofield has extensive experience in condominium law, and enjoys advising condominium boards and membership on the diverse array of legal questions that face condominium associations, housing cooperatives, and HOAs. Mr. Schofield’s practice and experience with the Firm has also included a myriad of commercial litigation, real estate and transactional matters.

Mr. Schofield has numerous outside interests, including literature and literary theory, violin, and cooking. He is also a fitness enthusiast and enjoys keeping in shape through running and other physical activities.




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