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Congratulations to Jennifer Sabourin on Two Big Honors!
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Miller Canfield Principal Jennifer Sabourin has been receiving some well-deserved recognition from her peers near and far lately.

Sabourin, deputy leader of Miller Canfield's Employment and Labor Group, has been named among Michigan Lawyers Weekly's Women in the Law Class of 2019. This annual recognition celebrates the significant contributions made by women to the legal profession and the community at large. It emphasizes excellence in the practice of law, service to the legal community, mentorship, leadership and civic involvement.

In addition, Sabourin was recently elected by her national peers as a fellow of the prestigious College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. She will officially be inducted as a fellow in November 2019. The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers is a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 to honor leading lawyers and has evolved to become a leading resource for the community, the judiciary, the government and academia. Only the most distinguished leaders in the legal community are invited to become fellows.

"Jennifer has earned a reputation for being one of the best in the profession and a leader both in the firm and in the legal community at large," said Miller Canfield CEO Michael McGee. "She is widely known not only as a lawyer with outstanding legal skills, but also for her outstanding professionalism, civility and service to the Bar."

Sabourin serves as Miller Canfield's Labor Counsel and is known as a highly skilled employment litigator with experience successfully representing clients in high-stakes, complex cases. She represents employers in discrimination, harassment, retaliation and violations of wage and hour matters pending in state and federal courts, as well as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and various state employment agencies.

We're proud of you, Jen!

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