Jehan Crump-Gibson, Esq.
Co-Founder and Managing Partner — Great Lakes Legal Group
Jehan Crump-Gibson, Esq. is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Great Lakes Legal Group. Strongly committed to ethics and professionalism in practice, she is a five-time recipient of the Rising Star distinction issued by Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine. She received the 2015 and 2016 Martindale Hubbell ® Client Distinction Award and 2017, 2018, and 2019 Martindale Hubbell ® Client Champion Award. She was also recognized as one of Michigan Chronicle’s ‘40 under 40’ and as a Woman of Excellence.
In 2017, Crump-Gibson was appointed by United States Senator Gary Peters to serve on the Michigan Senate Judicial Advisory Committee, formed to assist in making recommendations to the President to fill vacancies on the federal bench. Jehan is admitted to practice law in Michigan and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
She demonstrates this commitment by being an integral part of the probate and estate planning processes. Crump-Gibson assists many families with the preparation of important estate planning documents, guardianship, and conservatorship proceedings, as well as legal issues concerning estate administration. She is invested in community education as it relates to the importance of estate planning, presenting to various organizations including investment clubs, financial planners, accountants, insurance advisors, and civic organizations on estate planning matters. Jehan served as Faculty for the National Business Institute (NBI) and the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) concerning estate planning and business matters.
Prior to joining Great Lakes Legal Group, Attorney Crump-Gibson served as Founder and Managing Member of C&G Solutions PLC d/b/a C&G Law. Founded in 2009, C&G operated as a specialized firm based in southeast Michigan providing legal and consulting services. As C&G’s Managing Member, Jehan successfully represented clients through judgment in a variety of civil matters. She assisted a multitude of entities―both for-profit and nonprofit―with business-related and licensing issues and performed legal and policy analysis on local municipal matters. This included zoning approvals, contracts, and government-sponsored tax incentives programs.
Jehan Crump-Gibson earned dual bachelor degrees in Political Science and English from Michigan State University and obtained her Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School. During her law school tenure, Attorney Crump-Gibson interned for Comerica Incorporated’s Corporate Legal Department, Wayne Law’s Disability Law Clinic, the Honorable Arthur J. Tarnow of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, and for the City of Detroit’s legislative branch.