Raymond A. Harris has a notable history of helping the elderly and individuals with disabilities. He volunteered at the Elder Law of Michigan clinic during law school where he assisted with the Michigan Pension Rights Project. He was also a student attorney at the Sixty Plus clinic where he represented low-income seniors in various matters. He graduated cum laude from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
After law school, Raymond worked as an associate attorney for Patricia E. Kefalas Dudek, a noted advocate for the elderly and disabled, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. As an associate attorney for Ms. Dudek, he was heavily involved in estate-planning with an emphasis on families with special-needs children. He assisted clients with Medicaid and Social Security matters. Finally, his article titled “Litigation on d4C Trusts and Foodstamps” was published in the Spring 2008 newsletter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
In mid-2009, Raymond started his own law practice, The Law Office of Raymond A. Harris, PLLC, in order to better serve the needs of the elderly and disabled in the Mid-Michigan area.
Raymond is active in various community organizations, including Kiwanis and Rotary, and he sits on the board of directors of two area non-profits.