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Carlye Reynolds GasiorAssociate Attorney
Having grown up in the mountains of Northeast Georgia, Carlye kept to her roots and attended the University of Georgia, graduating cum laude in 2016. Throughout her undergraduate studies, Carlye balanced her academic accomplishments with athletic achievements, playing soccer for the University and serving as team captain her junior and senior years. After graduating from the University of Georgia, Carlye moved to Michigan, obtaining her Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University and graduating cum laude in 2021. Between her 1L and 2L years, Carlye clerked for Magistrate Judge David R. Grand of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. While in law school, Carlye participated in the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute and the Chance at Childhood Clinic. She also served as a Peer Mentor for other law students and as a Research Assistant for Professor Jeremy Francis. Throughout her involvement in these positions and programs, Carlye engaged in and benefited from invaluable trial and clinical experience.
Carlye began working as a law clerk for Grewal Law in January 2020. After graduating law school, Carlye transitioned into her current role as an Associate Attorney on the Grewal Team. Her practice focuses primarily on advocating for survivors of sexual assault and those who have suffered civil rights violations. Carlye currently resides and practices law in Northville. In her free time, she enjoys exploring new places with her husband, watching and attending sporting events (Go Dawgs!), and traveling to see friends and family.