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Paul C. Schultz is an associate attorney with the firm. He joined the firm in 2009. A Detroiter who studied at the Redford campus of Catholic Central High School, Mr. Schultz contributed to teams that won a state championship in football and a national championship in quizbowl. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Harvard University in 2004, where he was one of the first several thousand people to make use of Facebook. He earned his law degree from the Ava Maria School of Law in 2007, where he was an Associate Editor of the Ave Maria Law Review and served as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance group.

An alumni interviewer for the Harvard Club of Eastern Michigan, Mr. Schultz is a dues-paying member of the Catholic Lawyers Society and the Shamrock Bar Association and has twice assisted with the SBA's annual Law Day, which introduces high school upperclassmen to the idea of practicing law. For nearly ten years he has been an Ann Arbor resident. Recently, he has begun to sing with the Choral Union at the University of Michigan.

In addition to the day-in-day-out practice of property law, Mr. Schultz has regular experience in commercial collections and estate planning and has occasionally guided client projects at the ‘internet end’ of the spectrum of intellectual property law. He has been licensed to practice law in Michigan since 2007. He is admitted to practice before the United States Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and the United States Tax Court.


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