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Miller Canfield Lawyer Megan Norris Elected a Fellow of College of Labor and Employment Lawyers

July 15, 2013

The law firm of Miller Canfield announces that Megan Norris, a principal and leader of the firm’s Employment and Labor Group (Detroit, Mich. Office), has been elected as a fellow of the prestigious College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers was founded in 1995 as a professional organization to honor leading lawyers and has evolved to become a leading resource for labor and employment law issues. Its fellows are selected through nomination only and must have displayed exemplary character, integrity, ethics and performance in labor and employment law practice for more than 20 years.

At Miller Canfield, Norris also serves as chair of Miller Canfield’s Managing Directors, the firm’s management administration that works with the CEO to oversee the firm’s 17 offices.  As an employment lawyer, she counsels clients on all conceivable day-to-day employment matters, including discipline decisions. She also conducts management training on matters such as sexual harassment and litigates employment cases involving issues such as discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. She is a nationally recognized expert on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act. She co-authored Family & Medical Leave Act and the Law, a book published by ALM’s Law Journal Press.

She received her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and a B.A. from Wesleyan University, where she is chair of the Alumni Association.  

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