Mr. Seabaugh graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in the summer of 2010 and joined Norris & Galanter in the fall. Since he joined the firm, Mr. Seabaugh has regularly made appearances in California Superior Court, conducted business and settlement negotiations, and handled cases involving a broad spectrum of legal issues.
During the summers between classes at the University of Michigan, Mr. Seabaugh worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Paul J. Komives in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. During the summer of 2008, he worked in the Commercial Disputes Group of Henry Davis York, a top law firm in Sydney, Australia, where he researched and analyzed US and Australian securities law and drafted pleadings in an international capital markets case against Lehman Brothers.
While at the University of Michigan, Mr. Seabaugh completed numerous legal research projects. His work has been incorporated into articles in legal journals as well as a forthcoming textbook on international law. He was awarded the Certificate of Merit for outstanding academic performance in the winter of 2010 by the dean of the law school.
While in law school, Mr. Seabaugh volunteered to represent student defendants and appellants by appointment before the Central Student Judiciary, the highest court in student government at the University of Michigan. His advocacy on behalf of disadvantaged students was reported in Ann Arbor's Michigan Daily newspaper.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2010
B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2005
Central District of California