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Associate Alyssa Albright Joins O'Reilly Rancilio's Legal Team

Associate Alyssa Albright…

Alyssa Albright, 25, of Shelby Township joined the O’Reilly Rancilio legal team as an associate on Nov. 4. She joins the firm’s litigation and municipal practice groups. Her practice focuses on general civil litigation, municipal litigation, ordinance and misdemeanor prosecutions, and planning and zoning.

A cum laude graduate of the Michigan State University School of Law, Albright worked as an extern at the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office where she participated in a number of hearings and conducted legal research. She also has experience at the Michigan House of Representatives, where she helped coordinate the implementation of the inaugural Legislative Fellowship Program.

Albright earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with honors from Oakland University, where she was recruited to play with the Division 1 Women’s Golf Team. The team ultimately won the university’s first-ever championship title. Albright is a Lansing native who graduated from Lansing Catholic High School.

O’Reilly Rancilio, Macomb County’s largest full-service law firm, assists businesses, financial institutions, municipalities, and individuals with consulting, general counsel, and legal representation. Attorneys serve clients with a variety of legal issues, including asset recovery, banking, creditors’ rights, municipal law, real estate, estate planning, school law, and complex business litigation and transactions. Visit orlaw.com or call 586-726-1000.

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