Altior Law attorney Jennifer Grieco was recently honored as the 2021 recipient of the Michael Franck Award. This award is given annually by the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly to an attorney who has made an outstanding contribution to the improvement of the legal profession.
Jennifer was nominated for her continued dedication to “raising the bar on the bar.” As the Founder of Peak Law and the Peak Law Movement, Jennifer has grown her commitment to social justice and professional improvement by way of her Black Law Matters podcast, which focuses on diversity in the legal community, equity and inclusion, and ways that lawyers can work together to make the world better. During her term as President of the State Bar of Michigan from 2018 to 2019, Jennifer was closely involved in developing the Principles of Professionalism, which was recently issued as Administrative Order No. 2020-23 by the Michigan Supreme Court. Jennifer also served as cooperating attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan in connection with the November 3, 2020 general election, and helped lead efforts to ensure local governments were in compliance with legal requirements for registration and access to voting.
Altior Law congratulates Jennifer and applauds her continued service to the legal profession and her efforts to promote social justice and awareness.