Jewish Bar Association of Michigan
University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, 2013
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2018
Arielle Zupmore was born and raised in West Bloomfield, Michigan. She joined Hewson & Van Hellemont, P.C., as a file clerk in 2014 prior to attending law school. After graduating Case Western Reserve University School of Law she returned to Hewson & Van Hellemont, P.C., as an Associate Attorney.
During her time at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Arielle was a legal intern in the Milton Kramer Health Law Clinic where she worked one-on-one with clients to appeal decisions from the Social Security Administration. Her clinical work also involved researching substantive law and policy regarding the devastating infant mortality rates in Cleveland and Ms. Zupmore sat on a committee to combat infant mortality with community members. Arielle was actively involved in numerous organizations at CWRU School of Law including President of the Jewish Law Student Association and Secretary of the Student Health Law Association.
In 2018, Arielle graduated with a concentration in Health Law. Arielle wrote her Note as part of her Health Law concentration, “An Argument Against Non-Medical Exemptions for State Mandated Child Vaccinations.”