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WMU-Cooley Board Elects Mitchell Zajac to Vice Chair Post

November 21

Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Board of Directors has elected Mitchell Zajac of Howell, Michigan, to fill the role of the board’s vice-chair.

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WMU-Cooley Hosts Veterans Day Tribute and Special Community Conversation

November 18

WMU-Cooley Law School’s Lansing campus honored veterans during two events, a Veterans Day Tribute and a Community Conversation honoring veterans in the workforce. The events focused on veterans’ mental health and the workforce.

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WMU-Cooley Law School Recognized for Veterans’ Support

October 31

WMU-Cooley Law School has been recognized by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) as both a Veteran-Friendly School and Michigan Veteran Connector.


Associate Dean, Graduate, to be Honored as Leaders in the Law

October 21

WMU-Cooley Law School Associate Dean Erika Breitfeld and WMU-Cooley graduate Paul J. Millenbach will be honored on Dec. 2 as members of the 2022 Class of Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Leaders in the Law.

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WMU-Cooley President Joins Fellow Michigan Deans at Diversity Summit

October 21

WMU-Cooley Law School President and Dean James McGrath joined deans from other Michigan law schools in attending The Michigan Diversity Council’s Legal Diversity Summit in Troy, Mich., on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

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Staff, Students, and Grads Participate in Drivers' License Restoration Clinic

October 17

WMU-Cooley Law School staff, students, and graduates participated in the "Road to Restoration Drivers' License Restoration Clinic," as part of Pro Bono Month activities.

Mandi Clay

Wellness Expert Urges Lawyers to Take Care of Their Mental Health

October 17

Focusing on mental health and wellness for lawyers, WMU-Cooley Law School held a virtual discussion on Oct. 11, with Mandi Clay, founder of Three Thirteen Law.

Mandi Clay

'Lawyers Interrupted: Getting Better. Together' Discussion to be Held

October 05

“Lawyers Interrupted: Getting Better. Together.” is October’s WMU-Cooley Community Conversation. Mandi Clay, founder of Three Thirteen Law  will lead the discussion, which will focus on mental health and wellness for lawyers.