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Charles L Basch II, Profile

Charles L Basch II, Attorney and Counselor at Law

EDUCATION:

High School: Sterling Heights High School, Sterling Heights, Michigan - Graduated June 1988

College: Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan - Graduated June 1993
- Degree - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a focus on computer science.

Law School: Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan - Graduated September 1999
- Degree - Juris Doctor (JD) Graduated with 3.0 and in 7 terms, two terms early of the 9 terms.


WORK:

Synopsis: Since 1996, law has been my primary focus, as a student from 1996 through 1999, and in private practice after that. I began working as a teen, my first job, was working around the house for my mother. As a young man, from a single family home, I was given more responsibility for  house work inside and out, as my mother was required to work to support the household. This instilled a strong work ethic and pride in me from the very beginning. Outside the house I worked my first job in retail at 15 years old. I worked as many hours as the state allowed during my high school years and every opportunity that I could, I worked.

During college, I worked as well, mainly on campus through work study, and during the summer at what ever job I could get. I have done commercial roofing, drove a wrecker, worked in an office, tended bar (although briefly, it was really not for me!) drove a delivery truck, and many others. It was a fascinating time, that gave me many wonderful memories and experiences, that make me who I am today.

In law school, I worked for Clark Hill PLLC, a Michigan law firm, as a clerk. I was there for most of my first year and all of my second and third until graduation. In addition to working at Clark Hill, I worked as an intern at Lansing Legal Aide. Then I graduated.

In Reverse Order;

Law Office of Charles L Basch II - 2004 to Current
Owner/Attorney
Bankruptcy Law, Consumer Law, Family Law, Estate Planning and contract attorney at the Law Office of Walter Metzen exclusive from 2004 to 2008.

Acclaim Legal Services - Southfield, Michigan - 2003 to 2004
Attorney - Bankruptcy Law

Boren & Carey PC - Dearborn, Michigan - 2002 to 2003
Attorney - Bankruptcy Law

Seminars, Memberships and Other Skills

Professional memberships and Associations:
 State Bar of Michigan
 U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan Federal Bar
 U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Federal Bar
 Consumer Bankruptcy Association
 American Bankruptcy Institute
 National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Continuing Legal Education:

 Fall of 2003 CBA Seminar, Troy Marriott – 5 hours.
 Winter of 2005 CBA Seminar, Detroit – 4 hours.
 March of 2005 CBA Seminar, Troy Marriott – 5 hours.
 June of 2005 New Code Seminar by the CBA, Cobo Center, Detroit – 4 hours.
 ABI Central States Workshop June 16-19, 2005 Travers City, Michigan – 8.5 cle.
 Consumer Law League Teleconference June 23, 2005, Southfield – 3 hours.
 CM/ECF Training and Certification, Detroit – 4 hours.
 CBA New Code Dinner, August 25, 2005, Royal Oak 3, hours.
 CBA New Code Dinner, September 20, 2005, Royal Oak, 3 hours.
 CBA New Code Dinner, September 27, 2005, Royal Oak, 3 hours.
 ABI Novi, Michigan workshop, November 11, 2005, 8 hours.
 Federal Bar Association Luncheon, Judges Perspective on Changes Under the New Code, March 22, 2006, 3 hours.
 Consumer Bankruptcy Association’s “Nuts and Bolts” Seminar, May 7, 2007, 6 hours.
 ABI, Local Seminar, Troy, May 7, 2007, 8 hours.
 ABI’s 14th Annual Central States Bankruptcy Workshop June 14-17, 2007, Travers City, Michigan, 8.5 cle.
 Walter Shapero Dinner Symposium, October 17, 2007.
 New Rules Seminar, Trott Financial Center, April 2008, 3 hours.
 ABI’s 15th Annual Central States Bankruptcy Workshop, June 12-15, 2008 Travers City, Michigan, 8.5 cle.
 CBA Dinner, Peking House, October 2010,  Student Loans and How They Relate To Bankruptcy
 New Forms Seminar, Detroit, Michigan, December, 2015

 Discovery Seminar, Detroit, Michigan, February, 2016, CBA Event


This policy is valid from 10 July 2017


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