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Heather Silcott

WMU-Cooley Student Receives SBM Animal Law Section Wanda Nash Award

April 05

On April 4, WMU-Cooley Law School student Heather Silcott was presented the Wanda Nash Award by the State Bar of Michigan’s (SBM) Animal Law Section.

Tony Flores

Professor Anthony Flores Recognized for Becoming a Judge

April 01

WMU-Cooley Law School Professor Anthony Flores was recognized during a reception at WMU-Cooley on March 31 following his being appointed to the post of judge for Lansing’s 54A District Court by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Brame, Hope, Anthony, Nessel

WMU-Cooley Law School Holds Expungement Fair

March 30

In collaboration with State Representatives Sarah Anthony (Lansing) and Kara Hope (Holt), Attorney General Dana Nessel, the Capital Area Michigan Works!, Safe and Just Michigan, and Nation Outside, WMU-Cooley Law School held an expungement fair at the law school’s Lansing campus.

Smithman and Plasencia

WMU-Cooley Tampa Campus Holds Virtual Honors Convocation

March 24

WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus held its spring term Honors Convocation on Friday, March 18.

ukraine effort volunteers

WMU-Cooley Students Continue to Support Ukrainian Refugees

March 22

After collecting 28 boxes of coats, socks, and bedding, in early March, WMU-Cooley Law School’s Homeland and National Security Emergency Response and Education Association collected an additional 18 boxes to assist Ukrainian refugees.

convocation winners

WMU-Cooley Holds Convocation in Lansing

March 22

On March 16 , WMU-Cooley Law School’s Lansing campus held a convocation honoring students who will be graduating following the law school’s spring term.

expungement panelists

WMU-Cooley Hosts Expungement Seminar

March 22

A free seminar was held at WMU-Cooley to educate legal professionals, law students, and others on the state of Michigan's expungement process.

George DeJesus

Innocence Project Helps Secure the Release of George & Melvin DeJesus

March 22

Today, Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Martha D. Anderson set aside the conviction of George and Melvin DeJesus, who were wrongfully convicted of murder and felony firearms in 1997.