Saura Sahu

Clancy Advisors, PLLC
230 Nickels Arcade
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

While recognized among the Top 1% of the lawyers in Michigan as a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, Saura's roots are in a humble neighborhood and the public schools. After finishing an elite college and legal education at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Saura served in a prestigious federal judicial clerkship with the Honorable Julian Abele Cook, Jr., worked side-by-side with nationally reknowned Los Angeles trial lawyer Barry Tarlow, and spent nearly a decade (half as a partner) in one of the nation's 200 largest business law firms, where Saura also chaired the Recruiting Committee. In both professional and civic organizations, Saura aims to give back to the community. In legal practice, Saura aims to give you the very best in legal services. EDUCATION University of Michigan Law School, JD, 1999 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, AB with High Honors 1996 AWARDS & ACCOLADES American Bar Foundation, Life Fellow (Top 1% in state), (since 2014) SuperLawyers, Listed as Rising Star (2011-2014) Damon J. Keith Scholar, Wolverine Bar Association National Merit Scholar, NMSC Corp LEGAL LEADERSHIP    Federal Bar Association, E.D. Mich. Chapter, President (2018-2019); Officer (since 2013) and Executive Board (since 2010) Kalamazoo County Bar Association, Board Member (2015-2018) Beverly Hills (Calif.) Bar Association, Co-Chair, Criminal Law Section (2004-2006) Amer. Inns of Court, U. of Detroit Mercy Law Sch. Branch, Barrister (2012-2015) CIVIC AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section - White Collar Crime Committee (since 2010); Business Law Section ? Human Trafficking Task Force (2014-2015) Michigan Democratic Party, State Executive Board Member (since 2015) Read and Write Kalamazoo, Board Member (2015-2018) United States Chamber of Commerce, Labor Relations Committee (2006-2015) ACLU of Michigan, State Board of Directors (2013-2014) Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority, Board Member (2015-2017) National Employment Law Council (2008, 2010, 2012)