A Changing of the Guard at the Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society
The Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society announced that Lynn Seaks has been named the new Executive Director. Seaks is a veteran of the Michigan Supreme Court, having most recently served as the Court Relations Program Coordinator.
“We are pleased to announce that Lynn Seaks has accepted the position of Executive Director,” said Carl Herstein, President of the Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society. “We have all witnessed Lynn’s expertise and talent while working for the Supreme Court; she will be an invaluable asset to our organization. Lynn’s enthusiasm and energy is contagious, and she brings a wealth of Court knowledge to the position.”
In addition, Carrie Sharlow, from the State Bar of Michigan, will also be joining the Historical Society in a part-time capacity as Assistant Executive Director, and will focus primarily on the quarterly newsletter and other historical projects. “Carrie’s passion for all things historical is a perfect fit for the organization,” said Historical Society Secretary and retired Oakland County Circuit Judge Denise Langford Morris.
“With the addition of these two highly talented individuals to our staff, we will focus on growing our membership and developing and pursuing numerous historical projects.”
The Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that collects, preserves, and displays documents, records, and memorabilia relating to the Michigan Supreme Court and the other courts of Michigan, promotes the study of the history of Michigan’s courts, and aims to increase public awareness of Michigan’s legal heritage.