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Aimee J. Jachym

Senior Attorney




Wayne State University Law School, JD

Western Michigan University, BBA, BA

Bar Admissions

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court

  • Western District of Michigan  


As a senior attorney in the Corporate and Securities group, Aimee Jachym assists with a diverse range of business transactions, utilizing her background in business and international affairs to meet the needs of both local and global clients.

She previously was an in-house commercial contracts manager for a Fortune 250 aerospace company, where she negotiated settlements and interpreted contracts, provided export controls compliance support and assisted with global business development.

Representative Matters


Wayne State University Law School, cum laude; Law Review; Dean's Scholarship Recipient; Lombard Fellow

Western Michigan University, magna cum laude; U.S. State Department Fulbright Grant Recipient; University-Endorsed Nominee for Rhodes Scholarship; Medallion Scholarship Recipient

Professional Activities

State Bar of Michigan

Civic, Cultural & Social Activities

Korean Connection, Board of Directors, 2013-present

Korean Kids & Orphanage Outreach Mission (KKOOM), President/Founder, 2007-present

Friends of Western Michigan University, 2009-present

International Business Group of West Michigan, Board of Directors, 2010-11

Great Lakes PeaceJam/Seeding Change, Board of Directors, 2009-2011


Korean Culture Seminars to U.S. Fulbright Grant Recipients in South Korea, Summers 2004-2009

English as a Foreign Language at Gumi Boys' High School (Fulbright) in South Korea, 2004-2005


"International delivery rules changing," Business Review West Michigan, October 2010

"Separate Lives," The Korea Fulbright Review (a publication of the Korean-American Educational Commission), 2006

"A Line of Children without End," The Korea Fulbright Review, 2005

"Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony: Dilemma of a Genius in Stalinist Russia," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Central Michigan University, 2002