Mr. Darrin S. Crawford is a solo practitioner in Michigan. Mr. Crawford is licensed to practice law in both Michigan and Wisconsin. He has an active litigation practice that focuses on probate cases for mental health patients, criminal and juvenile cases, and foreclosures. In addition, Mr. Crawford has specific training and expertise in federal laws governing institutions of higher education, domestic and international labor laws, and the application of ERISA on the healthcare industry.
Mr. Crawford remains active in scholarship and has presented lectures and workshops at national and local conferences on a variety of topics (e.g. The Importance of Multicultural Teaching Fellowships, Policing the Black Male Body, and Managing Your Legal Career in the Current Economic Climate).
While in law school, Mr. Crawford was a member of the University of Wisconsin’s Moot Court Board. In addition, he competed in the prestigious Philip Jesus International Moot Court Competition. Mr. Crawford was also a staff member and cite checker for the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society.
Mr. Crawford earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Morehouse College. He has been involved with education and mentorship for nearlya decade.