November 30, 2020

SHUR January Meeting with Chief Circuit Court Judge David Viviano

Date:
Wednesday, January 25, 2012, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.

Location:
Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse
48900 Van Dyke Ave
Shelby Twp, MI 48317

Cost:
$10
Food and non alcoholic beverages will be served.

Contact: Philis DeSaele at (586) 254-1284 or
desaele@wideopenwest.com

Event Information:

SHUR is honored to announce that Chief Circuit Court Judge, David Viviano will be our guest speaker at the January 25th meeting.

Judge Viviano will be speaking on the “Rule of Law” among other topics.

David F. Viviano is a graduate of Hillsdale College (Bachelor of Arts) and the University of Michigan Law School (Juris Doctor). He previously worked at two nationally-recognized law firms before starting his own firm in Mt. Clemens. Judge Viviano also served as City Attorney for the City of Center Line. Since his term began on January 1, 2007, Judge Viviano has served in the Civil/Criminal Division of the Court. Judge Viviano has also led the Court’s eFiling Pilot Project. In addition, Judge Viviano was recently chosen by the Michigan Supreme Court to participate in a pilot project to test reforms to the jury system in Michigan. David’s sister, Judge Kathryn A. Viviano, currently serves as a Judge in the Court’s Family Division. David’s father, Judge Antonio P. Viviano, served as Probate Judge from 1993 until 2002, and a Circuit Judge from 2003-2010.

For more information about the meeting or to RSVP please contact Philis 254-1284 or desaele@wideopenwest.com

Click here for a flyer for the event.

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  1. […] David F. Viviano is a graduate of Hillsdale College (Bachelor of Arts) and the University of Michigan Law School (Juris Doctor). He previously worked at two nationally-recognized law firms before starting his own firm in Mt. Clemens. Judge Viviano also served as City Attorney for the City of Center Line. Since his term began on January 1, 2007, Judge Viviano has served in the Civil/Criminal Division of the Court. Judge Viviano has also led the Court’s eFiling Pilot Project. In addition, Judge Viviano was recently chosen by the Michigan Supreme Court to participate in a pilot project to test reforms to the jury system in Michigan. David’s sister, Judge Kathryn A. Viviano, currently serves as a Judge in the Court’s Family Division. David’s father, Judge Antonio P. Viviano, served as Probate Judge from 1993 until 2002, and a Circuit Judge from 2003-2010.Source: rcnmc.com […]

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