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Mitzel Law Welcomes New Attorneys

Mitzel Law Welcomes New Attorneys

The Mitzel Law Group PLC is pleased to announce that Paul C. Schultz and Sarah I. Prosser have joined our legal team.

 

Paul C. Schultz

Paul Schultz joined the Mitzel Law Group in September 2017.  Paul earned his J.D. in 2007 from Ave Maria School of Law where he was an Associate Editor of the Law Review and CEO of the Business Law Society.  Before that, he had graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Economics.  During college and law school he worked in the legal department of a Big Three automaker and then clerked for its outside counsel.

In 2009, Paul earned his certificate of completion in probate and estate planning from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan.  In addition to estate planning, he has significant experience in condominium and homeowner association issues.

Paul and his wife and their family are active with extended family around Ann Arbor as well as their community and parish.

 

Sarah I. Prosser

Sarah Prosser joined the Mitzel Law Group in September 2018.  Sarah received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from Franciscan University of Steubenville, cum laude.  Sarah received her Juris Doctorate from Ave Maria School of Law, magna cum laude, graduating in top 10 of her class.

While at Ave Maria School of Law, Sarah received the book award for Research, Writing, and Advocacy II, and was the recipient of the St. Raymond of Pentafort Award for Best Written Advocacy.  Sarah served as a Senior Notes Editor for the Ave Maria Law Review.  Her student note, The Open Communication Model: An Alternative Approach to Medical Errors, was selected for publication in the Ave Maria Law Review.  During law school, Sarah interned in the compliance and legal departments of two nationally recognized health care systems.

Sarah is actively involved in the local Catholic community.  She is also an avid athlete, competing in several adult sports leagues in the Ann Arbor area.