Mrs. Tilchen is a partner with Davis Miles and has practiced law in Michigan and Arizona. Since her student days at The University of Michigan Law School, Mrs. Tilchen has focused on access to justice and finds the A2J department at Davis Miles a good fit for continuing this work. Before moving to Arizona, Mrs. Tilchen’s legal work included hands-on clinical instruction in administrative law for students from The University of Michigan Law School, Michigan State University College of Law, Wayne State University Law School, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. She served seniors on a grant focused on elder issues, probate law and estate planning, and also managed her own legal practice serving transitional housing residents under a HUD grant with the Detroit Rescue Mission.
In addition to serving the A2J clients at the firm, Mrs. Tilchen practices employment law, focused on employment, management and administrative law matters, particularly for owners of small businesses in the alternative health care industry. She has also applied her penchant for teaching to presentations of cutting-edge legal developments, both to other attorneys and community groups. Mrs. Tilchen focuses on innovative solutions that are cost-effective and empowering to help her clients achieve their goals.
The University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2007)
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