Michael C. Schulz is an associate attorney at the law firm of LTKE Law. He was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in October 2021.
Michael received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut, where he majored in History.
Prior to joining LTKE Law Michael interned with Judge Alfred V. Covello in the Federal District of Connecticut and with the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General. While in law school, Michael participated in the Criminal Defense Trial Clinic and the Appellate Clinic. He was also a member of the Moot Court Board and an Articles Editor for the University of Connecticut Law Review. He won the Intramural Negotiation Competition and earned Best Oralist in the Hastie Moot Court competition. During this time, he also worked for a New Haven law firm and as a Research Assistant to multiple professors, experience requiring him to develop an understanding of a wide variety of complex legal issues.
As an associate attorney Michael brings diligence and adaptability to his representation of clients, shaped by his experience working in a diverse range of complicated legal fields and his drive to produce the best possible result for his clients.