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January 7, 2019

The Detroit Jewish News Names Jaffe’s Borson and Rubin to “36 Under 36” List

SOUTHFIELD, MICH. – Joshua Borson and Michelle Rubin were recently named to the Detroit Jewish News “36 Under 36” list. The award honors 36 professionals under the age of 36 that have made a positive impact in their community.

Borson, an associate in Jaffe’s Corporate Practice Group, has a passion for uplifting the next generation of professionals by offering his service to his community at the Capuchin Soup Kitchen Legal Aid Clinic, TechTown Detroit and Cause We Care, a Temple Israel Social Action Committee. He is a board member for the Jewish Federation’s NEXTGen Detroit. Additionally, he mentors members of the University of Michigan’s Football Alumni Network.

Borson is a cum laude and order of the coif graduate of Wayne State University Law School, where he served as the senior articles editor for Wayne Law Review. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Michigan.

Rubin, an associate in Jaffe’s Estate Planning Group, has cultivated a practice that successfully assists clients during major life transitions. As an active associate at Jaffe, she pioneered a culture of inspiration by assisting in the development of Jaffe’s Associates Committee, which facilitates open communication across the firm and plans networking events. Rubin is also a member of Jaffe’s Women Caucus Group, which promotes work-life balance and professional development for women at the firm. Outside of Jaffe, she’s active in a variety of community outreach programs and serves as a board member for Hebrew Free Loan, Educational Loan Committee and Yad Ezra, a kosher food pantry.

Rubin is a cum laude graduate of Wayne State University Law School, where she served as a note and comment editor for Wayne Law Review. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Michigan.