White Law PLLC is proud to announce that John W. Fraser has joined our team as an associate attorney. John has been an integral part of our research team while achieving extraordinary accomplishments during law school.
John graduated from Michigan State University College of Law summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA, ranked first in his class. He obtained his bachelor of science cum laude from Central Michigan University.
During law school, John served as Managing Editor of the Michigan State Law Review and was also a teaching assistant for Professors Bruce Ching and Philip Pucillo. In addition, John received jurisprudence awards for achieving the highest grade in the class in the following courses: Mortgages; Law & Interpretation; Federal Jurisdiction; Antitrust Law; Equity; Copyright Law; Constitutional Law II; Property; Contracts; and Research, Writing & Analysis.
John has also published works of legal scholarship. The Ingham County Bar Association Briefs published an article John co-authored with associate attorney Alexander S. Rusek entitled “Holmes Youthful Trainee Act Amendments Expand Eligibility for Young Adults Charged with Criminal Offenses” in its June 2015 edition. The University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy has also selected John’s article“Ain’t Too Proud to Beg? Anti–Begging Laws’ First Amendment Problem” for publication later this year.
John is a member of the American Bar Association and a lifelong Michigander, growing up in the Metro Detroit area. In his free time, John enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife, Cheri. He is a passionate Detroit, CMU, and MSU sports fan and freely admits to being a die-hard Lions fan, despite their seemingly endless struggles.