Business, Criminal, Appellate, & Estate Planning Attorney
Alexander Rusek is an associate attorney with White Law PLLC in Okemos, Michigan. His practice focuses on business law and litigation, criminal defense, appellate law, and estate planning. Mr. Rusek has represented new and established businesses and individuals in wide-array of legal matters. Mr. Rusek approaches each case by examining all of the facts and evidence and providing his clients with a comprehensive view of all possible solutions to their legal matters. Mr. Rusek also has a keen interest in using technology in the legal field. He strongly believes that new and emerging technology can be used to provide his clients with more effective and efficient legal services. Mr. Rusek earned his bachelor of arts from Oakland University and graduated cum laude from the Michigan State University College of Law. Recently, Mr. Rusek was elected to the Michigan State University College of Law Alumni Association Board of Directors. He enjoys mentoring law students and looks forward to helping students connect with practicing attorneys as a member of the Student Liaison Committee and by continuing his involvement in programs such as Mentor Jets, mock trials, and moot courts. Outside of the law, Mr. Rusek enjoys golfing, supporting Spartan and Detroit sports teams, and becoming a part of the Greater Lansing community through volunteerism.
- 2013 State Bar of Michigan
- Jurisprudence Award in Complex Civil Litigation - Michigan State University College of Law
- Dean's List - Michigan State University College of Law
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