M. Anthony Flores
B.S. University of Colorado-Boulder 1987
J.D. Thomas M. Cooley Law School 1992
Professor Flores joined the full-time faculty at Cooley after serving as an adjunct professor beginning in 1998, teaching Trial Skills.
Professor Flores has been a part of the Ingham County legal community since January 1994, when he joined the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office. During his tenure there, he first served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in the district and circuit courts, and with Tri-County Metro. Since then, he has served as a Unit Chief in the Child Sexual Abuse, District Court, and Child Physical Abuse sections of the Prosecutor’s Office.
Previously, he served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in district, circuit and family courts for the Mecosta County Prosecutor’s Office.
At Cooley, he is in the Practice, Advocacy, & Litigation Skills Department, and teaches Trial Skills. He also coaches the National Mock Trial Team and is involved in the District Court Pilot Mediation Clinic.
Flores, Anthony, You Can’t Say That or Maybe You Can: An Analysis of Michigan Prosecutor Closing Argument Law, 88 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 272 (2010).