Albert Asciutto is an author and advocate devoted to fighting for justice on behalf of individuals who have been oppressed, abused, or exploited.
During his undergraduate studies at Western Michigan University, Mr. Asciutto laid his professional groundwork by examining civil rights issues and furthered his passion for writing while double majoring in Criminal Justice and English.
At Wayne State University Law School, Mr. Asciutto continued to pursue these endeavors, serving as Managing Editor for the Journal of Law in Society while strengthening his advocacy skills in the Mock Trial program. Throughout his legal education, in addition to clerking at Excolo Law, Mr. Asciutto worked as a student attorney in the State Appellate Defender Office and the Wayne Law Legal Advocacy for People with Cancer Clinic. Mr. Asciutto also had the privilege of working as a research assistant to retired U.S. Senator Carl Levin, where he provided recommendations to ease barriers to treatment for those suffering from Opioid Use Disorder.