Attorney Kristina Lyke has earned a solid repuation as an intelligent, passionate, and ethical defender of her clients' legal rights.
Originally from Pinckney, Michigan, Kristina served as an elected counselwoman for two consecutive terms, as the youngest person to be elected on the board and receiving the highest number of votes. Obtaining a degree in Political Science from Eastern Michigan University, where she was on scholarship and received the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Fraternity Award, Kristina later worked as a Legislative Assistant to Representative Paul DeWeese, and Assistant to Lt. Governor Dick Posthumus.
Kristina obtained her Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School with a concentration in International Law and Litigation, with 40 hours of mediation training, while serving as Senator of her School Class and receiving multiple student awards, and a international certificate from San Diego Law School. Since being admitted to the state bar in 2006, and her Federal Court admittance in 2007, Kristina has been invited as a speaker at Eastern Michigan University for two Symposiums regarding papers that were written in political science, a speaker at Thomas Cooley Law School in reference to the Michigan Bar preparation class, and an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Cooley Law School for domestic relations.
In 2011, Kristina Lyke was honored with the Ingham Bar Association Young Lawyers Award (pictured left) in "recognition of exemplary legal scholarship, advancement of and in the legal profession, and community service."