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Detroit—June 30, 2022—Detroit-based land use, religious land use and zoning, business, and denominational trust law firm Dalton & Tomich is pleased to welcome Zoe Grenfell to the firm as an associate attorney. Daniel Dalton, co-founder of Dalton & Tomich, announced Grenfell’s arrival.
At Dalton & Tomich, Grenfell will focus her practice on religious land use and the denominational trust law practice groups. Immediately prior to joining the firm, she was an associate attorney at a Detroit-area insurance defense and commercial litigation firm, serving clients in a broad range of litigation disputes.
Grenfell holds a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of Michigan – Dearborn. While in law school, Grenfell participated in Moot Court as an oralist on the Jessup International Law Team and was a reviewing editor for the Journal of Law in Society. She attended Wayne Law on a majority-tuition scholarship based on academic achievement. As an undergraduate, she presented her findings on a qualitative study on millennials and disaffiliation from organized religion at the 2017 Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference. She also performed an independent qualitative research project on students in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program at Macomb Correctional Facility throughout the 2017 winter semester.
“We are excited to bring an attorney with Zoe Grenfell’s intellect, energy, and passion for the law onto our team. She is very client-focused and will work tirelessly on their behalf,” Dalton said.
About Dalton & Tomich
Detroit-based Dalton & Tomich PLC is a versatile law firm representing property owners in site plan approvals, zoning appeals and land use disputes involving zoning, easements, boundary line disputes and access to water.
The firm also works with lending institutions and privately held businesses, often in a general counsel capacity. Further, serving as a partner to religious organizations, Dalton & Tomich is a national leader in religious property law land use, notably with cases related to the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) and denominational splits. Learn more about our services for businesses and religious organizations at https://www.daltontomich.com/.