Regina A. Berlin became an attorney to stay engaged with her community, helping her clients adapt to the ever-changing challenges of the legal system, and being a force for good in the evolution of law.
Regina graduated in 2006 from Aquinas College with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Spanish. She then went on to receive her Juris Doctorate Degree graduating from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2011.
Regina has practiced criminal defense, family law, collections, and business law. She has also practiced General Liability Insurance Litigation and Insurance Claims & Coverage.
Regina enjoys being involved with her community. She has coached the competitive Moot Court Team for Aquinas College, volunteered to judge the Michigan High School Mock Trial Competition, and served on the Board of Education for Immaculate Heart of Mary School.
In 2020, she began serving as a panel member for case evaluation hearings for the Kent County Circuit Court.
She is an active member and in good standing with the State Bar of Michigan.
Regina understands developing a strong, trustworthy relationship with her clients will lead to better results. She’s empathetic to her client’s needs and keeps an open mind, seeing multiple sides to any issue or argument.