Cooley Graduates Admitted to U.S. Supreme Court
April 19, 2013 – On April 15, 2013, eleven Cooley graduates were admitted to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court as part of Cooley’s annual bar admission ceremony. James D. Robb, Associate Dean for External Affairs, appeared before the full Court to move the graduates’ admission. Upon granting the motion, Chief Justice John Roberts welcomed the Cooley graduates to the bar of the Court. Before the Court went into session, Cooley’s graduates and guests were also greeted by William K. Suter, the Clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court, who spoke about the court history and the cases to be argued that day.
Admitted were Michael J. Cronkright, Matthew M. Flaminio, Patrick S. Griffin, Tony S. Kalogerakos, Robert J. Kane, Charles M. Kronzek, Neil W. MacCallum, David R. Morse, Kevin J. Stoops, Dionnie S. Wynter, and Jesse L. Young.
Later that evening, Cooley hosted a reception for the admittees and D.C.-area alumni in downtown Washington, D.C.
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 16,000 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.