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Ariel Lett, Esq. is the Managing Attorney of Lett Law. Mr. Lett brings broad experience to the Firm. Prior to founding Lett Law, Mr. Lett practiced at large and small defense firms for several years.. While there, he was able to gain a firm understanding of how insurance companies work, how they think, and how they operate. This experience he brings to Lett law, so that he can work most effectively for You: The People. He will make sure that you are not taken advantage of through Bad Faith insurance companies.
Mr. Lett, in addition to his experience as a lawyer, also worked as a federal law assistant for the Honorable Darrin Gayles of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Florida. As a federal law clerk, Mr. Lett evaluated and managed many cases, including drafting numerous orders and opinions that decided complex procedural and substantive legal issues. Mr. Lett has also litigated in the areas of trade secret law and non-compete laws.
Mr. Lett received his Juris Doctor at Michigan State University College of Law, where he was the recipient of a Trustee Scholarship. He won a national title in the Thurgood-Marshall Mock Trial Competition, as well as several honors and awards for Moot Court & Trial Advocacy. He was also an Associate Editor for the Michigan State International Law Review. Lett also won a regional championship as a member of the Michigan State Arbitration Team. Mr. Lett has completed an internship with the Honorable Victoria A. Roberts of U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan.
Before attending law school, Mr. Lett studied at Northwood University. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Business Administration and was on the Dean's List. He was also a part of the school's national championship mock trial team where he earned several personal awards, including an All-American Attorney Award.
Mr. Lett has been licensed to practice in Florida and before the U.S. District Court for Southern District of Florida.
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