Detroit-based law firm Butzel Long has added Maura Corrigan to their firm as counsel. Justice Corrigan will practice in litigation and appeals.
“Maura is highly regarded and deeply respected for her legal acumen and her exemplary service to the state of Michigan,” says Justin G. Klimko, president and managing shareholder for Butzel Long. “Our clients and our attorneys will benefit greatly from the talent, experience, and wise counsel she brings to our Firm.”
Prior to joining Butzel Long, Corrigan served a number of positions including assistant prosecuting attorney for Wayne County, chief of appeal in the U.S. attorney’s office in Detroit, law clerk for Judge John Gillis of the Michigan Court of Appeals, partner at Plunkett and Cooney in Bloomfield Hills, and the first woman to serve as chief assistant U.S. Attorney.
Additionally, Corrigan serves on seven nonprofit boards, has previously served as president of the Incorporated Society of Irish American Lawyers and the Detroit Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. She earned her J.D. from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from Marygrove College in Detroit.