A local law firm has hired a pair of attorneys.
Grand Rapids-based Rhoades McKee said this week that Koral Fritz and Andrea Snyder have joined the firm.
Fritz’s practice includes real estate, agricultural, natural resources and environmental law.
She will be working with businesses, cultivators and food manufacturers on real estate, environmental disclosures, food labeling requirements and manufacturing and distribution laws.
Before joining Rhoades McKee, Fritz was a judicial law clerk for the Kalamazoo 9th Judicial Circuit Court Criminal and Civil Trial Division. Prior to that, she was a legal intern with the Regulatory Affairs Department of the Center for Science in the Public Interest and a law clerk for Food and Water Watch.
Fritz is a graduate of Vermont Law School, where she received a J.D. and a master’s in food and agricultural law and policy in 2017, after graduating in 2014 from the University of Michigan, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in political science and Spanish.
Snyder joined the firm’s business, employment and estate planning teams.
She will specialize in business, corporate, human resources, employment, estate planning and administration law.
Prior to joining Rhoades McKee, Snyder worked as a judicial law clerk for Christopher Yates at Kent County 17th Circuit Court, where she compiled specialized business dockets by conducting research and drafting opinions, orders and legal memorandums.
She serves as a board member of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan.
She attended the Michigan State University College of Law, where she received a J.D. in 2016, after graduating from Indiana Wesley University with a B.S., cum laude and as an academic all-American, in both business management and business administration in 2013.