Todd Selin is a partner with MALLORY,
LAPKA, SCOTT & SELIN P.L.L.C. in Lansing, Michigan. He
received his Juris Doctorate degree from Western Michigan
University (formerly The Thomas M. Cooley Law School) and
his Bachelors degree in psychology from the University of
Massachusetts. Mr. Selin has focused his practice on
domestic relations law for the past two decades, and was also an elected member of the State Bar of Michigan Family Law Council from 2000 to 2009.
Currently, he sits on the Institute of Continuing Legal
Education (ICLE) Family Law Advisory Board.
Mr. Selin has authored and published numerous articles in the Family Law Journal and other legal publications on a wide variety of subjects ranging from domestic eavesdropping to step-parent adoption. Further, he has lectured for the State Bar of Michigan, Ingham County Bar Association, and Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) many times on topics including child support, custody, non-disclosure agreements, avoiding malpractice, eavesdropping, analyzing real estate appraisals, and uncovering vulnerabilities in child custody experts. Additionally, he has been a guest adjunct professor at Western Michigan University (formerly The Thomas M. Cooley Law School) on family law related issues. Mr. Selin was appointed by the Michigan Court of Appeals to serve as a Court Appointed Domestic Relations Facilitative Mediator in 2006 and 2007. Further he served as Chair of the Ingham County Bar Association Family Law Section from 2006 to 2012. In 2014, he successfully completed the State Court Administrative Office (SCAO) 48 hour requisite Domestic Relations Mediation and Domestic Violence Screening Training program, so that his practice could be expanded to include mediation services.