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Jun 2019
June 18, 2019

Jarrod H. Trombley Joins Warner

Warner Norcross + Judd welcomes Jarrod H. Trombley to the firm as an associate.

Based in Grand Rapids, Trombley will delve into a variety of projects in different areas of law before selecting a practice group.
Trombley holds a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in anthropology from Grand Valley State University and his law degree magna cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School. During his time in Ann Arbor, Trombley worked as a student attorney at the Veterans Legal Clinic and Litigation Clinic.
Trombley was also a Warner summer associate in 2017 and 2018 where he gained experience in various areas including real estate, employment, tax and other areas of law.
A native of Romeo, Michigan, Trombley now resides in downtown Grand Rapids with his wife, Lauren.
About Warner
By providing discerning and proactive legal advice, Warner Norcross + Judd builds a better partnership with its clients. Warner is a corporate law firm with 230 attorneys practicing in eight offices throughout Michigan: Grand Rapids, Southfield, Midland, Macomb County, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Lansing and Holland. To learn more, visit, follow us on Twitter @WNJLLP or connect on LinkedIn.
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