Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Veronique Liem is a divorce attorney and mediator, also practicing in the field of collaborative family law. She understands that a satisfactory divorce resolution depends on many factors including the well-being of children, her client's own interests, and equitable financial outcomes. Her other areas of practice are commercial and employment litigation, arbitration and mediation.
Professional ActivitiesMember and past President of Washtenaw County Bar Association ~Member Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan (CPIM) ~Member International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) ~Member Women Lawyers Association of Michigan ~Member Family Mediation Council of Michigan ~Mediator, Dispute Resolution Center of Washtenaw County ~Washtenaw County Circuit Court ~Case evaluator, civil and commercial cases ~Mediation coach, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Divorce and Civil Case Mediation ~Seminar instructor, Institute of Continuing Legal Education ~Arbitrator for FINRA ( Financial Regulatory Authority)
Bachelor in Economics - University of Lille, France
MBA, University of Michigan - 1976
J.D. University of Michigan Law School - 1986
Family Law Certificate, Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) and Michigan State Bar family Law section
Numerous professional seminars on family and divorce and on alternative methods of dispute resolution.
Trust & Estates seminars.
Homeward Bound 2008-2009: Residential Foreclosure; Hard Lessons From Hard Times (11/25/08)
An Introduction to Family and Employment Based Immigrations (04/07/09)
Practice Strategies for a Down Economy Series: Advising the Homeowner in Default (11/29/09)