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Clint W. Westbrook

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  • Grand Rapids

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Clint Westbrook is a litigation attorney with a multi-dimensional practice, primarily focused on criminal defense, products liability, federal regulatory compliance, and cybersecurity and privacy. In addition to his work in complex litigation, Clint enjoys pursuing emerging areas of the law, including current trends in technology and cutting-edge legal issues. His attention to detail and efficient work ethic provides the right framework for client advocacy. Whether he’s preparing to appear in court or writing a privacy policy for a mobile application, he is always focused on the next challenge—and continuing to master the complex laws that regulate the drone industry is next on his list. This self-starter attitude makes Clint a valuable asset to various firm practice groups and to clients across a wide variety of industries.


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  • Michigan State University College of Law J.D. 2016 summa cum laude
  • Hillsdale College B.A. 2012 magna cum laude


  • 2016, Michigan


  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit in 2018
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan in 2016

Bar Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Michigan
  • Grand Rapids Bar Association


  • French


Honors & Awards

  • Associate Editor, Michigan State Law Review
  • Recipient, Dean Charles H. King Scholarship
  • Jurisprudence Achievement Awards in: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Lawyers and Ethics; Research, Writing, and Analysis; Constitutional Law; Advocacy


Speaking Engagements

  • "The Ethics of Buying Stolen Data, Whether Yours or Someone Else's," Data Solutions Spring Symposium, Troy, Michigan, April 18, 2018
  • “Game of Drones,” Real Property Law Conference, Traverse City, Michigan, July 21-22

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