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About Arnold Reed II, Esq

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Education:

  • University of Michigan, B.A. 2016
  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D. 2019

State Bar Admissions:

  • Michigan

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About Arnold Reed II

Arnold Reed II, is a Michigan native.  He graduated from the University of Michigan in 2016.  While at Michigan, Arnold developed a passion for justice and civil rights.  He spent his summers working in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill.  After gaining an understanding of how legislation is created, Arnold used his knowledge to help create a political movement on campus that became nationally recognized.  Arnold deepened his passion for justice while in law school at Indiana University Maurer School of Law.  While at Maurer, after earning the highest grade in his Trial Advocacy Class, Arnold realized that he wanted to be a trial lawyer.  In order to study trial lawyers and understand how judges and juries arrive at their decisions, Arnold chose to work for federal judges.  Arnold externed for a federal judge in Detroit and a federal judge in San Diego.  Today, Arnold uses the knowledge he has gained from his past experiences to serve his clients.  In his free time, Arnold loves golfing, cooking, and playing basketball.

CREDENTIALS 

  • Trial Advocacy CALI Excellence for the Future Award: Award given to the highest scoring student in the class.
  • Externship Experience:
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
    • United States District Court for the Southern District of California
  • Managing Editor of the Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality

FIND ARNOLD IN THE NEWS

WXYZ Detroit: Oakland Township man says the murder of Ahmaud Arbery hits close to home

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CNN: Students fight racial bias on campus

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New York Times: As Justices Weigh Affirmative Action, Michigan Offers Alternative

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TEACHING AND LECTURING

Lecturer/Guest Speaker, NAACP 23rd Annual Continuing Legal Education Seminar, “Stop the Killing,”

Lecturer, Voir Dire/ Jury Selection  (MTLA Advocacy Seminar)

Lecturer, How to Effectively Use Demonstrative Evidence at Trial (MTLA Annual Meeting – Rapid Fire Seminar)

Lecturer, The Next Movement on the Use of Force pursuant to Search and seizure Law, Oakland Community College, Orchard Ridge campus

Lecturer, To Share and (NOT) Share Alike: Ethical & Malpractice Issues in Office Sharing Relationships, (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Ford Conference & Event Center, Dearborn, MI)

Lecturer, Effective Techniques of Settlement (14th Annual Philo Atkinson 21 Hour Invitational Seminar)

Guest Speaker – Congressional Committee Hearing – Prison Reform (Detroit, MI)

Lecturer, How to Start a Law Practice from Scratch with Little or No Money (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Ann Arbor, MI)

Lecturer, Everything a Beginning Practitioner Needs to Know (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Ann Arbor, MI)

Lecturer, How to Win Your First Jury Trial (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Michigan State Educational Center, Troy, MI)

Lecturer, How to Win a Multi-Million Dollar Verdict (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Michigan State Educational Center, Troy, MI)

Lecturer, Learning Winning Tactics from Attorney’s Who Have Done It (The Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Michigan State Educational Center, Troy, MI)

Keynote Speaker, C. Roger Wilson Leadership Conference (Auburn Hills, MI)

Lecturer, How to Cross Examine the “So Called Independent Medical Expert” (Michigan Trial Lawyers Association)

Lecturer, Opening Doors Conference (State Bar of Michigan)

Speaker/Panelist, National Republican African American Advisory Council

Lecturer, University of Iowa, Midwestern “Bridging the Gap”Conference

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$4.5 Million Verdict

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$4.2 Million Verdict

for female whistleblower

$2.8 Million Verdict

for wrongful death settlement against City in a car accident case caused by a pothole

$1.6 Million Verdict

verdict for woman whose voice was misappropriated for commercial purposes