Wayne Law alum elected to ICBF Fellowship

Stephen H. Sinas, personal injury attorney at Sinas Dramis Law Firm, becomes Fellow of Ingham County Bar Foundation (ICBF). Fellowship is limited to less than 5% of active attorneys in the Tri-County Area (Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties). Eligibility for nomination as an ICBF Fellow includes State Bar of Michigan membership, a minimum of five years of legal practice, active engagement in the practice of law in the three counties, possession of outstanding character, morals, and ethics, and a reputation as a leader within the legal community.

Each year, a limited number of candidates are nominated for Fellowship by the current Fellows. Upon nomination, the ICBF Board of Directors vote on incoming Fellows. Candidates garnering the most votes are accepted to the prestigious Fellowship. ICBF Fellows help fulfill the important mission of the Ingham County Bar Foundation by supporting its goals with an individual financial commitment.

As a newly elected ICBF Fellow, Sinas adds this accomplishment as further proof of his dedication to the legal profession. In addition to representing seriously people throughout the state of Michigan, Stephen currently serves as an adjunct professor of the Michigan No-Fault Auto Insurance Law at Michigan State University College of Law. He also serves as an executive board member of the Michigan Association for Justice, executive board member of the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council, and an executive board member of the Ingham County Bar Association. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Michigan, where he dual majored in Economics and English Literature. He received his law degree from Wayne State University Law School.

Published: Thu, Aug 01, 2019