Judge Michael Warren: Co-Founder of Patriot Week Foundation
The Honorable Michael Warren is a Judge for the 6th Circuit Court in Oakland County, Michigan. He is also an author and co-creator of Patriot Week. Judge Warren was just recently selected as Top Judge of the Year for 2018 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP).
With over 3 decades of professional experience in the legal profession, Judge Warren has certainly proved himself as an extraordinary professional and expert in the field. He is a dynamic, results-driven leader who has demonstrated success not only within the Judicial System but has impacted society on a global level. His impressive repertoire of prior roles include Judicial Clerk for Michigan Supreme Court Justice Dorothy Comstock Riley; partner at the Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn LLP firm; Legal Policy Advisor for the State Board of Education where he helped lead to fundamental revisions of The Revised School Code and the adoption of significant education policies; Executive Director and Counsel for The New Common School Foundation; Member and Secretary of the Michigan State Board of Education; Visiting Professor for Western Michigan Cooley Law School where he teaches Constitutional Law; Sponsor and Initial Pilot Judge of the Oakland Circuit Court’s e-filing and paperless courtroom; and twice served as the Presiding Judge of the Civil/Criminal Division of the Oakland Circuit Court . His areas of expertise include appellate work, litigation, corporations, securities and mergers, and education law.
Judge Warren commenced his legal career after graduating from Wayne State University in 1989 with his Bachelor’s in Honors History. He earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1992. He has served on the bench since 2002.
In this conversation, you'll hear about...
🗣How the Judge got to where is is today
🗣What facets of the United States he's working on
🗣Where the future of education needs to go
🗣Why he started Patriot Week and what the future of his non-profit will look like