M. Anthony Flores

M. Anthony Flores

Professor

B.S. University of Colorado-Boulder 1987
J.D. Thomas M. Cooley Law School 1992

floresa@cooley.edu

Professor Flores joined the full-time faculty in 2005 at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School after serving as an adjunct professor beginning in 1998.

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 the Tri-County Metro Conspiracy Task Force. Since then, he served as a Unit Chief for Child Sexual and Physical Abuse, and District Court sections of the Prosecutor’s Office.

Previously, he began his career in 1992 by serving as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in district, circuit and family courts for the Mecosta County Prosecutor’s Office.

Professor Flores is a published legal author in prosecutorial ethics. He also trains at the Mid-Michigan Police Academy and lectures across the state for the Governor’s Task Force for Neglect and Abuse Training. Professor Flores is also a criminal defense trial consultant.

At Western Michigan University Cooley Law School he teaches Criminal Law and Evidence.

Bibliography

Articles

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).

Analysis, Professional Papers, and Presentations 

Flores Anthony, Testifying in Court for Non-Lawyers, prepared for the State Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Division, and the Governors Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, and presented at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Ann Arbor, MI (Apr. 7, 2011).

Flores Anthony, Addressing Invisible Injuries: Child Neglect, Exploitation, and Emotional Abuse, prepared for the 5th Annual State Court Administrative Office Child Welfare Issues Conference, and presented at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing, MI (Apr. 2, 2009).

Flores Anthony, Investigating and Building a Neglect/Abuse Case for Court, prepared for the 5th Annual State Court Administrative Office Child Welfare Issues Conference, and presented at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing, MI (Apr. 1, 2009).

Flores Anthony, Hands on Trial Skills Practice Session for Social Workers, prepared for the 5th Annual State Court Administrative Office Child Welfare Issues Conference, and presented at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing, MI (Apr. 1, 2009).

 

Real-World Experience

Experience: Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Unit Chief in the Child Sexual Abuse, District Court, and Child Physical Abuse sections of the Prosecutor’s Office

Courses: Trial Skills, National Mock Trial Team Coach


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