Toree S. Randall
B.S., magna cum laude, Lee Honors College, Western Michigan University
J.D., magna cum laude, Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Professor Randall joined the full-time Cooley faculty in August 2010. Previously, she served as an adjunct professor and a visiting professor, teaching Research and Writing and Advanced Writing at Cooley.
Before coming to Cooley, Professor Randall was an Assistant Professor of Research, Writing, and Advocacy at Ave Maria School of Law. In addition to teaching the introductory legal-writing course, she taught the fist-year appellate-advocacy course and coached intra-school moot court teams.
Professor Randall started her career as a litigation associate with Foster, Swift, Collins & Smith in Lansing, Michigan. There she defended insurance companies in workers-compensation and other matters.
From 2000-2007, Professor Randall served as a research consultant for LexisNexis. In that position, she conducted online-research training at the University of Michigan Law School and Ave Maria School of Law. She also directed national law review conferences and later managed law-school faculty programs for LexisNexis.
She has been published in the Wayne Law Review and has served as an assistant editor for the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute.
As a law student, Professor Randall served on the Cooley Law Review. She received American Jurisprudence or Certificate of Merit "book" awards in five courses.
At Cooley, Professor Randall teaches Research and Writing.
Toree S. Randall, Worker’s Disability Compensation, 47 Wayne L. Rev. 815 (2001).
Toree Randall, Speaker, A Research Process that Transcends Books, the Internet, Mobile Apps, and the "Next Big Thing" (Legal Writing Institute 2012 Biennial Conference, New Teachers program, Palm Desert, California, June 1, 2012).