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Christopher M. LeClair

Associate | Email

  • Detroit

    t. +1.313.546.6116

    f. +1.313.263.6855


Christopher LeClair is part of the firm’s Immigration and Family Law practice groups. Christopher has helped clients navigate immigration concerns in the COVID-19 pandemic by providing up-to-date guidance and counseling on visa and travel restrictions and exemptions. He assists in completing applications for both immigrant and non-immigrant visas across a range of industries. Christopher regularly conducts research into complex immigration issues. Before joining Warner, Christopher was a member of his law school’s Family Justice Litigation Clinic where he assisted low-income District of Columbia residents access the court system, most notably walking a client through every stage of the litigation process in a child custody dispute.


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  • The George Washington University Law School J.D. 2020
  • University of Michigan B.A. 2010


  • 2020, Michigan

Bar Associations

  • State Bar of Michigan
    Member, LGBTQA Law
    Member, Family Law


Honors & Awards


  • Co-Author, ”Time to Get Smart About ART – How Reproductive Technology Affects Your Planning,” Michigan Bar Journal – LGBTQA Law Edition, 12/1/2019


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