Suzan Gabbara first joined the firm in January of 2012 as an intern while she was a law student at Cooley Law School in Auburn Hills. She distinguished herself at Cooley, graduating Cum Laude in May of 2012. After graduation from law school, she continued working at the firm as a law clerk, and then joined the firm, as an attorney in November of 2012 when she passed the Michigan Bar exam.
Ms. Gabbara has assisted Mr. Eaman on several, complicated, lengthy criminal trials both in federal court and state court – helping to plan strategy and witness examinations, and organizing voluminous discovery materials. She continues to assist with criminal cases, and handles the firm’s misdemeanor cases.
Since joining the firm, as an attorney, Ms. Gabbara has added her own different practice areas to the firm, including immigration law, family law, and business law. She speaks four languages – English, German, Arabic, and Aramaic.
Mr. Eaman says about Ms. Gabbara: “Seldom has a student come to work for me who has shown the exceptional ability, intelligence, talent, and promise that Ms. Gabbara brings to our firm. I am very happy that she has decided to stay with us. No doubt she will continue to be greatly appreciated by our clients for the hard work she brings to every case, and the personal touch she brings to representing our clients.”
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