The Hon. Lorie N. Savin

  • Elected to the Oakland County Circuit Court, November 2020Savin Headshot.jpg
  • Referee, Oakland County Circuit Court Family Division, 2003 – 2020
  • Associate Attorney, Mooney & Gilboe, 2001 – 2003
  • Senior Staff Attorney, Jackson County (Missouri) CASA 1997 – 2001
  • AmeriCorps Attorney/Mediator, Legal Aid of Western Missouri 1996 - 1997
  • Wayne State University Law School, JD, 1995
  • University of Michigan, AB in Political Science and Sociology, 1992
  • Admitted to practice law in Michigan, Kansas, and Missouri
  • Fellow, Michigan State Bar Foundation
  • Fellow, Oakland County Bar Foundation
  • Member, State Bar of Michigan Family Law Committee
  • Member, State Bar of Michigan Workgroup on Professionalism
  • Former Appointee, State Bar of Michigan Judicial Ethics Committee
  • Former Appointee, State Bar of Michigan Professional Standards Steering Committee
  • Former President, Referees Association of Michigan
  • Member, Jewish Bar Association of Michigan
  • Member, Oakland County Bar Association Family Law Committee
  • Member, Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
  • Member and Former Treasurer, Michigan Inter-Professional Association on Marriage, Divorce & the Family
  • Member, Women Officials Network
  • Published author in Michigan Bar Journal, Michigan Family Law Journal, Latches, and Referees Quarterly.


COVID-19 Court Protocols

COVID PROTOCOLS for Judge Savin continue in effect until further notice.  However, if the Governor, Legislature, or the Supreme Court issue an order requiring an extension of existing shelter at home requirements, these protocols will continue until such an extension terminates.

During the duration of this order, the court will not conduct in-court, personal, proceedings. The COVID-19 Court Protocols takes precedent over the below protocol.

Protocol

DUE TO THE CURRENT EMERGENCY PLEASE REVIEW COVID-19 PROTOCOL FOR PROCEDURAL CHANGES

In order to better serve the attorneys and litigants in the Oakland County Circuit Court-Family Division, the family division judges have adopted the following guidelines.  Please advise your clients and staff so that there are no misunderstandings.