September 7, 2021
Jennifer LaTosch Among Women Named to Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly 2021 Class of Women in Law
SOUTHFIELD, Mich., September 7, 2021 – Michigan Lawyers Weekly recently announced that Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, P.C. partner Jennifer LaTosch has been named to the 2021 class of Women in Law. Jaffe CEO Jeffrey Weiss made the announcement.
LaTosch is a fearless advocate for families across southeast Michigan, particularly in the LGBTQ+ community. She has made it her personal mission to put her legal skill to work for parents, families and children who need an expert in domestic relations law.
Women in the Law award nominees are women who are highly regarded members of the legal profession and who have been positive role models, educators and pioneers in their respective fields. They exemplify a commitment to excellence in their area of law, have show tremendous leadership and offer an immense amount of knowledge and skill in diverse areas.
“Jennifer’s outstanding achievements have solidified her not only as a successful attorney but a champion for her community,” said Weiss. “Her work has left a mark on courtrooms, clients, and our firm in incredible ways. We are honored to celebrate our colleague and friend, Jennifer Latosch for this exceptional and well-deserved accomplishment.”
As partner and a member of the Firm’s Family Law and Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice groups, LaTosch specializes in family and domestic relations law, including routine and complex divorces, post-judgement matters, custody and parenting time disputes, and other matters related to child support, adoption, and personal protection orders. She is certified in Collaborative Divorce Practice by the Collaborative Institute of Michigan (CPIM). She is a founding member of Jaffe’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee.
Outside of the firm, LaTosch has served on the Board of Education for Ferndale Public Schools since 2014 and has led a complete restructuring of the elementary system to make it more socially and racially equitable, created two strategic plans that focus on DE&I, significantly improved the achievement gap and taken several initiatives to expand AP courses and reduce disciplinary numbers.