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Associate Attorney

Zoë Grenfell

Problem Solvers for Religious and Nonprofit Organizations, Property Owners and Businesses

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.

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