Aug. 31, 2009
Cooley Law School Assistant Dean Elected to the Grand Rapids Bar Association’s Board of Directors
|Assistant Dean Tracey Brame
Tracey Brame, assistant dean of Cooley Law School’s Grand Rapids campus, has been elected to the Grand Rapids Bar Association’s board of directors for a three-year term.
The Grand Rapids Bar Association is a voluntary bar association in which lawyers and judges work together to improve the delivery of legal services. The association was formed in 1896 and is governed by a 14-member board of directors.
Brame joined Cooley Law School in February 2006 as director of its Access to Justice Clinic. She was named assistant dean in 2008. Prior to joining Cooley, Brame served as a staff attorney at Legal Aid of Western Michigan where she advised and represented low-income clients on family law, housing and consumer law issues.
Brame also has served as a staff attorney for the Public
Defender Services for the District of Columbia, a research and writing specialist with the Federal Defender Office and an assistant defender with the State Appellate Defender Office in Detroit. She has served as a law clerk to U.S. District Court Judge Julian Abele Cook, Jr. as well as the Federal Defender Office and the Scott Correctional Facility.
Cooley Law School is the largest law school in the nation. Founded in 1972, it operates J.D. programs across Michigan in Lansing, Auburn Hills, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor. Today, Cooley Law School has nearly 14,000 graduates across the nation and worldwide and also offers joint degree and master of laws programs. Cooley offers enrollment three times a year; in January, May and September.Additional information about Cooley can be found at cooley.edu.