Seminar provided in Spanish


 On Wednesday, March 23, the Cooley Law School Auburn Hills campus’ 10CORE (Ten Commandments Of Real Estate) Law Society Student Organization and Hispanic Latino Law Society presented a Foreclosure Prevention Seminar at Catholic Social Services in Pontiac.  

Taking part in the program were (left to right) Luszgayon Delleria, Nora Calveeron, Cooley Associate Professor Florise Neville-Ewell, Dionnie Wynter, assistant director of Cooley’s Center for Ethics, Service, and Professionalism; Bobby Jean Bartlett, Teresa Ortiz, and Robert Hamor.  

“This program is being put on as part of Cooley’s commitment to the community,” said Wynter.  

Neville-Ewell added, “This presentation is particularly exciting and important because not only will we educate people in English about foreclosure and how to avoid it but we will also simultaneously present the information in Spanish.”  

The 10CORE student organization was recently recognized by the American Bar Association as being a cutting edge organization because of its commitment to service.

Photo by John Meiu