Nancy Zieah Feature: Double Duty
WMU-Cooley law student Nancy Zieah serves Double Duty as editor of the Law Review and as president of the law school's moot court program.
Eight years of owning and operating a…
Cooley Law School Holds MLK Day Social Justice Discussion
On Tuesday, Jan. 17, WMU-Cooley Law School held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration by hosting a virtual panel discussion. The event was open to the community and part of the law school’s Community Conversations series. Attorney and advocate Robyn McCoy was the keynote presenter for the event.
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