Mariah Silverstein is an associate with the litigation practice group in the firm's Lansing office.
Mariah started with Foster Swift as a summer associate in 2020 before returning to the firm as an associate in 2021. Mariah's experience includes conducting legal research and drafting motions for criminal and civil cases in both state and federal court.
Mariah received both her B.A. in Political Science and her law degree from the University of Michigan. During her undergraduate studies, Mariah interned at the Washtenaw County Public Defender Office and at the U.S. House of Representatives. She also did research on refugee law for University of Michigan Law professor James C. Hathaway. As a member of the Prison Creative Arts Project, she led creative writing workshops to inmates in federal prison.
While at University of Michigan Law School, she received the Dean's Scholarship honor. During law school, Mariah was a student attorney at the Michigan Innocence Clinic. She also volunteered with Wolverine Street Law and led presentations on various legal topics to inmates in the reentry process at Michigan prisons.
Memberships & Affiliations
- University of Michigan (2018)
- Michigan Yoga Club, President
- Prison Creative Arts Project, Workshop Facilitator
- University of Michigan Law School
- Wolverine Street Law, Volunteer
News & Events
- Three Former Summer Associates Join Foster Swift, December 7, 2021