WMU-Cooley Law Review
The Western Michigan University Cooley Law Review publishes three issues a year, sponsors a lecture series, an annual symposium, and a distinguished brief award. The Law Review is committed to the highest standards of legal publication.
In DeBoer v. Snyder, a lesbian couple initially challenged Michigan's ban on adoption by same-sex couples. But this case morphed into an argument about a larger issue; the couple claimed that the State's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional. Read the analysis by Candis Najor with contributions by Prof. Schindler.
Greg Coleman, partner at Critton, Luttier, and Coleman, a law firm in West Palm Beach, Florida, and current President of the Florida Bar was interviewed by Law Review member Jerrod Simpson. President Coleman talks about technology, the bar exam, diversity, access to justice, and ethics. Listen to the full interview:
The ABA selected the WMU-Cooley Law Review to write the Media Alerts for the 6th Circuit. Several Law Review members volunteer to write them. The Media Alerts provides reporters, lawyers, educators, and the public with accurate, unbiased analysis of newsworthy and legally significant cases pending in or decided by the federal courts of appeals.
The Law Review publishes three issues a year - This is the 2014 Symposium Edition featuring: State of Madness: Mental Health and Gun Regulations; A Liberal’s Case for the Second Amendment; and Gun Owners, Gun Legislation, and Compromise.