B.S. Saginaw Valley State College 1987
J.D. WMU-Cooley Law School 1991
Professor Buttrey joined WMU-Cooley's full-time faculty after having served as a Legal Methods instructor, a research and writing grading assistant, and visiting professor. Her legal work experience includes having served as a research attorney for a circuit court judge in Livingston County, Mich., and doing appellate work. As a WMU-Cooley student, Professor Buttrey won seven American Jurisprudence Awards and Certificates of Merit. She was also a member of the WMU-Cooley Law Review, where she served as a managing associate.
Professor Buttrey is a member of the WMU-Cooley Legal Authors Society. She was the faculty adviser for the former Michigan Opinion Notes, and is the program director for Introduction to Law I and II. She is a faculty specialist with the Academic Resource Center at WMU-Cooley.
Articles (Law Reviews and Law Journals)
- Jeanette Buttrey, Michigan's Rape-Shield Statute and the Admissibility of Evidence That a Child Complainant Has Been Previously Molested, 15 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 391 (1998).
- Jeanette Scharrer, Comment, Covert Electronic Surveillance of Public Rest Rooms: Privacy in the Common Area?, 6 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 495 (1989).