WMU-Cooley Introduces Middle School Students to Law School Concepts

WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus hosted students in the criminal justice program at Franklin Middle Magnet School-Boys Preparatory Magnet School for a learning session on Jan. 20.

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The students were introduced to WMU-Cooley’s Constitutional Law class, taught by WMU-Cooley Professor Joseline Jean-Louis Hardrick, and participated in a lunch and learn with current law students, as well as a mock trial demonstration with the law school’s Tampa Bay Campus Mock Trial Team and Clinton Paris, Esq. acting as presiding judge.

WMU-Cooley Tampa Bay Dean Daniel Matthews and Hardrick gave closing remarks to the students at the end of the event. The event was sponsored by The Law Office of Clinton Paris, P.A.; The Law Offices of George Hunter, P.A.; Brandon Law; Tanya O'Connor, Esq.; and Ricky Roberts Photography.

Feb 05 2020


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