Born in Flint, Michigan, Tyler Rauh was raised in a blue-collar family that prides itself on hard work. That hard work took Tyler down the road to the University of Michigan-Flint, where he developed a passion for philosophy of mind and logic, refined arguments, and clear writing. While interning with a neurosurgeon at the University of Michigan, Tyler published a paper on near-death experiences and their influence on current neuroscience and presented a second paper regarding the present state of Dying with Dignity laws.
A desire to leave frigid winters led Tyler to the University of Miami School of Law. At the University of Miami, Tyler interned at the Miami Workers Center, where he represented victims of human trafficking, helping them escape their confines and start anew. Tyler also worked in the school’s Federal Appellate Clinic, which represents indigent defendants through their criminal appeals. The Clinic gave Tyler experience writing to the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the Florida Supreme Court.
During school, Tyler also served as Executive Editor of the Business Law Review. Simultaneously, he had his second publication: Regulating Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, which analyzed the First Amendment implications of a San Francisco ordinance mandating health warnings on beverage advertisements.
Tyler started at Mase Mebane Seitz in 2019 after earning his Juris Doctor with honors. Since then, he has worked on cases involving products liability, personal injury, maritime claims, and professional malpractice.
University of Michigan-Flint
B.A., Philosophy, 2013
University of Miami, School of Law
J.D., cum laude, 2019
Executive Editor, Business Law Review, Volume 27
Bar Admissions & Certifications
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
Honors & Recognition
- Dean’s Certificate of Achievement, Civil Procedure
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Large Scale Litigation
- Honors Award for Top Performer, Pretrial Litigation Skills
- Dean’s Merit Scholarship