Equal Access to Justice Day at Cooley Law School's Auburn Hills Campus

On January 16, Cooley Law School's Auburn Hills Student Diversity Committee hosted the school's annual Equal Access to Justice: Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities. Students, faculty members, and staff attended the United Negro College Fund Breakfast in Southfield, volunteered at Grace Centers of Hope and the Baldwin Center in Pontiac, and presented a panel discussion on economic justice, featuring Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Stephanie Jones, president of the D. Augustus Straker Bar Association, and Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project.


Back row: Zeinab Moughnia, diversity committee; Angela Tyszka, enrollment and student services coordinator; Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project. Front row: Kelly Thompson, Diversity Committee; Desireah Kuhn, Diversity Committee; Christy Williams, Diversity Committee; John Nussbaumer, associate dean, Cooley Law School; Ulises Macias Robles, diversity committe. Not pictured: Tarra Brown and Christos Moutousis of the diversity committee and Stephanie Jones, president of the D. Augustus Straker Bar Association

Back row: Zeinab Moughnia, diversity committee; Angela Tyszka, enrollment and student services coordinator; Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project. Front row: Kelly Thompson, Diversity Committee; Desireah Kuhn, Diversity Committee; Christy Williams, Diversity Committee; John Nussbaumer, associate dean, Cooley Law School; Ulises Macias Robles, diversity committee. Not pictured: Tarra Brown and Christos Moutousis of the diversity committee and Stephanie Jones, president of the D. Augustus Straker Bar Association

 

Left to right: Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project; Stephanie Jones, president, D. Augustus Straker Bar Association; and John Nussbaumer, associate dean, Cooley Law School.

Left to right: Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project; Stephanie Jones, president, D. Augustus Straker Bar Association; and John Nussbaumer, associate dean, Cooley Law School.

 

Left to right: Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project; Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations, John Nussbaumer, associate dean of Cooley Law School; Stephanie Jones, president, D. Augustus Straker Bar Association

Left to right: Professor Ashley Lowe, director of Cooley's Family Law Assistance Project; Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations, John Nussbaumer, associate dean of Cooley Law School; Stephanie Jones, president, D. Augustus Straker Bar Association



About Cooley Law School: Founded in 1972, the Thomas M. Cooley Law School is a private, nonprofit, independent law school accredited by the American Bar Association and the Higher Learning Commission. Cooley has provided its more than 15,000 graduates with the practical skills necessary for a seamless transition from academia to the real world. Cooley offers its Juris Doctor program, Joint Degree programs, and Master of Laws programs three times a year with enrollment in January, May and September. Cooley Law School has campuses across Michigan in Lansing, Auburn Hills, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor, and its new campus in Tampa Bay, Florida.

 

Highlights

Auburn Hills Student Diversity Committee hosted the school's annual Equal Access to Justice: Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities

Panel Discussion featured Dawud Walid, director, Council on American-Islamic Relations, and Stephanie Jones, president of the D. Augustus Straker Bar Association

Students, faculty members, and staff attended the United Negro College Fund Breakfast in Southfield, volunteered at Grace Centers of Hope and the Baldwin Center in Pontiac


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