Sandy Musser joined the firm in March of 2013 as a law clerk. After passing the February 2014 Michigan bar exam, she became an associate attorney. She is a member of the Michigan bar and Washtenaw County bar.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Musser interned for the Honorable Timothy P. Connors. As an intern she wrote legal memorandums and consulted with legal staff in opinion writing. Judge Connors introduced Ms. Musser to Peacemaking Courts, which has now become a part of her legal practice.
Ms. Musser graduated from Indiana University in Fort Wayne, IN in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in management and marketing. During her undergraduate studies, she was a recipient of a scholarship from the Cole Scholars Foundation for her work in business start-ups and entrepreneurship. She graduated with honors.
After graduating from Indiana University, Ms. Musser started working in sales management. During this time she received national awards for her successes in business management. After her accomplishments in business management, Ms. Musser decided to change directions and started working for a law firm as a legal assistant. During this time, Ms. Musser discovered her passion for the law and she immediately began applying to law schools.
Ms. Musser attended Thomas M. Cooley where she was a founder and Vice President of the student chapter of the Women’s Lawyer Association of Michigan, member of moot court, awarded the Book Award by the Honorable Timothy P. Connors for Family Law Trial Skills and by the Honorable Donald E. Shelton for Forensic Evidence in Criminal Cases, and a member of the American Inns of Court. During law school, Ms. Musser served as a student attorney at the Washtenaw Public Defenders Office.
Sandy grew up in rural Fremont, Indiana. Her parents owned and operated several small businesses throughout Michigan. When Sandy is not in the office, she enjoys traveling, cooking, running, and spending time with her friends and family. On any given Saturday morning you will likely find her at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market.