Oct 31, 2018
Part 2 of this installment from the State Bar of Michigan NEXT Conference 2018 holds even more wisdom from master lawyers with long years of experience. In this episode of On Balance, we hear the continuation of interviews with members of the bar who reached 50 years in the practice of law in 2018. Guest hosts Samantha Meinke and Syeda Davidson of the Young Lawyers Section interview Carolyn Williams, Joseph Golden, and Susan & Ed Haroutunian about what they valued most in their careers as lawyers, their most challenging learning experiences, and what work-life balance advice they have to offer young lawyers.
Judge Carolyn Williams is a retired Kalamazoo County probate judge and the first African American president of the Michigan Probate Judges Association.
Joseph Golden is a partner at Burgess, Sharpe, and Golden in Clinton Township, MI, has been president of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and is currently secretary of the Macomb County Bar Association.
Susan Haroutunian is a member of the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly and is of counsel at Haroutunian, Licata, Haroutunian in Detroit, MI.
Ed Haroutunian is a member of the State Bar of Michigan Board of Commissioners and is a partner at Haroutunian, Licata, Haroutunian in Bingham Farms, MI.