Attorney and advocate Robyn McCoy will be the keynote presenter during WMU-Cooley Law School’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Day commemoration.
McCoy has received numerous awards for her commitment to social justice and has traveled extensively for the organization of programs that promote equal justice for all people. The presentation is part of the law school’s monthly Community Conversations series and will be held virtually beginning at noon on January 17.
McCoy, who was mentored by first lady Michelle Obama, is a part-time lecturer at Eastern Michigan University and teaches the course “Law and the African American Experience.” She was a legislative assistant to State Representative Ronnie Peterson and is currently a partner with McCoy & Associates, PLLC located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She specializes in criminal defense, family law, education advocacy, estate planning, probate, wrongful death, and personal injury.
The virtual event will be held Tuesday, Jan. 17, noon-1 p.m. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the virtual event by signing up at https://info.cooley.edu/community-conversations
WATCH THE MLK DAY COOLEY COMMUNITY CONVERSATION HERE.