Brelinski elected to serve on State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly

By Meaghan Kelly
Michigan Law

Attorney Brad A. Brelinski was recently elected to the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly as one of two members representing the 4th Circuit, Jackson County. The three-year term begins on October 1, 2022. 

The State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly is the final policy-making body of the Bar. Comprising up to 150 lawyers from throughout the State, the Assembly meets at least twice a year to consider matters of policy. The first Assembly meeting was held in 1972.

Brelinski is a partner with Curtis, Curtis, and Brelinski, P.C., a 120+-year-old firm based in Jackson with an additional office in Lansing. 

Brelinski serves on the board of the Jackson County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, and is a long-time member of the Jackson Area Estate Planning Council, currently serving as secretary and formerly as president. 

He also serves as a director of the Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) as an appointee of the Jackson County and Hillsdale County bar associations.

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