Odey K. Meroueh brings exceptional skills and unwavering dedication to the practice of law for the advocacy of his clients. Mr. Meroueh provides cost-effective legal solutions for complex situations and offers his clients comprehensive high-quality representation. Mr. Meroueh is a SuperLawyers rated attorney that practices in Wayne, Macomb, Oakland and Washtenaw County.
Mr. Meroueh has been selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star. He was also selected as Top 100 Trial Attorney and Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers.
Mr. Meroueh received his Bachelor’s Degree from Wayne State University, and his Juris Doctorate from Washington University School of Law, where he was awarded the Excellence in Alternative Dispute Resolution Award.
Mr. Meroueh is a council member and holds the positions of Chair of the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Solo and Small Firm General Practice Committee and the Secretary for the Solo & Small Firm Section of the State Bar of Michigan.
Mr. Meroueh is also an active member of the community and serves as a Director on the Board of four nonprofit organizations:
Mr. Meroueh is a Director for the First Step Foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at providing financial assistance for treatment, rehabilitation, and post-rehabilitation physical training for individuals who suffer from physical disabilities, including paralysis.
Mr. Meroueh is a Director for the Victor’s Hope Foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at providing humanitarian health services to people affected by neurofibromatosis types 1 and 2, schwannomatosis, and related disorders; and additionally, aimed at providing medical support for people affected by emergency epidemics, malnutrition, natural disasters, and exclusion from healthcare.
Mr. Meroueh is a Director for the Two Muses Theatre, a nonprofit organization aimed at providing opportunities for women in theater and to promote female artists and artisans.
Mr. Meroueh is a Director for the Athletic Angels Foundation, a nonprofit organiztion aimed at providing athletic, academic and mentoring opportunities to impoverished children.
Michigan attorneys Tom Rombach and Odey Meroueh discuss limited scope and access to justice initiatives in their state.
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