Focusing on the religious land use and denominational trust law practice groups
Zoë Grenfell is an associate attorney at Dalton & Tomich and focuses her time on religious land use, denominational trust law practice groups, and complex land use/ zoning cases. Immediately prior to joining the firm, she was an associate attorney at a Detroit-area insurance defense and commercial litigation firm, serving clients in a broad range of litigation disputes.
Zoë was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 2021. She holds a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of Michigan – Dearborn. While in law school, she participated in Moot Court as an oralist on the Jessup International Law Team and was a reviewing editor for the Journal of Law in Society. Zoë also worked as a student attorney for the Free Legal Aid Clinic. She attended Wayne Law on a majority-tuition scholarship based on academic achievement.
As a sociology undergraduate student, Zoë presented her findings on a qualitative study on millennials and disaffiliation from organized religion at the 2017 Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference. She also performed an independent qualitative research project on students in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program at Macomb Correctional Facility throughout the 2017 winter semester.
Outside of work, Zoë enjoys fitness, running, and spending time with family and friends.