Henry E. Ibe
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Wolverine Bar Association
Member, Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
PUBLICATIONS AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
A Forgotten Empathy and Diminished Hope: A View Point on Immigration, Detroit Legal News (April 26, 2017), reprinted on www.ceflawyers.com/news-and-insights
Presented to claims adjustment groups on issues facing insurers in district courts, and the importance of maintaining communication between claims representatives and the attorney.
Panelist at a Wayne State University School of Law event as a panelist of the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. The session was entitled “What Do Lawyers Do?” The discussion covered a variety of topics centered around the career and expectations of a lawyer, including the demands of law school, recommended classes, LSAT requirements, managing stress, and maintaining a work-life balance.
Henry volunteers his time mentoring through the Wolverine Bar Association’s AIM Project, a program aimed to advocate, inspire and mentor youth in the Detroit area and created in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit.