Shaun Willis, J.D.

Managing Partner/ Founder at Willis Law

Location:

Kalamazoo, MI

About Shaun Willis, J.D.
Shaun Willis, along with his brother Michael, is a co-founder and Partner of Willis Law. Willis Law has offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Paw Paw, and Chicago. For more than 18 years, Mr. Willis has focused on assisting clients in litigation, with emphasis on Construction, business disputes, real estate, mediation, arbitration and construction litigation. Shaun Willis is named to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the Nation by National Trial Lawyers. He has been names to SuperLawyers in construction litigation, real estate litigation and business litigation.
His firm, Willis Law, is named as a Best Law Firm by US News. The firm is also a several time winner of the National Best and Brightest Places to Work For. He is admitted to practice in the State Courts of Michigan, Federal Courts in the Eastern and Western District of Michigan, and the Michigan State Supreme Court.
Shaun received a J.D. from Thomas Cooley Law School. He graduated with a B.S. in Aviation Flight Science from Western Michigan University. He is a licensed commercial pilot with a multi-engine rating, avid hunter, and teaches the legal portion of CCW classes. He and his wife, Corrina Maria Willis, are involved in the Kalamazoo community, attend Valley Family Church, and Corrina is Past President of the Lawyers Auxiliary Board. They have three daughters, Maria, Francesca, and Lucy and four sons, Patrick, Christopher, Walter, and Matthew.

In 2007, Mr. Willis was honored to be named as only one of six Michigan attorneys listed as "Up and Coming Lawyers" by Lawyers Weekly. Mr. Willis is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Recent questions answered by Shaun Willis, J.D.


18
Years of Experience

Since 2002


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  • Construction Lawyer
Expertise Areas
  • Construction Law
Licenses
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan
  • Michigan Licensed To Practice Law
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan