U.S. Immigration Court judge to be keynote speaker at law school’s Law Day virtual celebration

Cooley Law School will celebrate Law Day 2024 with a webinar at noon on Wednesday, May 1, featuring U.S. Immigration Court Judge Tania Nemer, a Cooley Law School alumna.

Law Day, is a national day to celebrate the rule of law. Held annually on May 1, Law Day provides an opportunity to understand how law and the legal process protect our liberty, strive to achieve justice, and contribute to the freedoms that all U.S. citizens share.

On Law Day, Cooley students and staff will join others throughout the country in advancing the legal profession as a “Voice of Democracy” and demonstrate that Cooley is committed to being an agent for positive change in our communities and the legal profession.

U.S. Immigration Court Judge Tania Nemer, a Cooley alumna, is the featured speaker for the event. She will share her perspective on this year’s Law Day theme, Voices of Democracy, and its importance in the legal community. Cooley Law School Professor Ret. Brigadier General Michael C.H. McDaniel will serve as moderator.

Members of the public may join the webinar by visiting www.cooley.edu/lawday.

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