Mikhail Albuseiri earned a Juris Doctor degree with honors in 1997 from the Michigan State University College of Law, where he served as managing editor of the Journal of International Law and Practice. His passion for the law emerged through the study of public international law of the sea and maritime law, interests he cultivated through his graduate studies in New England. Mikhail also earned a bachelor’s degree in Intercultural and International Communications from Pepperdine University graduating in 1990. Mikhail is proficient in several foreign languages, including Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Romanian.
After graduating law school, he began his career as a research attorney with the Michigan Court of Appeals’ Prehearing Division. Over two decades, he has garnered extensive experience in trial and appellate litigation matters in federal and state courts, successfully prosecuting and defending numerous claims. Before joining Bloom Sluggett, Mikhail worked as a staff attorney for Legal Aid of Western Michigan, representing clients in state civil and administrative proceedings and successfully litigating issues, affecting Michiganders, up through the Michigan Court of Appeals. Mikhail and his wife reside in Plainfield Township. He enjoys bicycling, tennis, and traveling.