Cooley hosts panel discussion on how to best prepare for a legal career


Panelists included (l-r) Adjunct Professor Thomas Myers; Professors Richard Henke and Mable Martin-Scott; WMU-Cooley Associate Director Karen Poole; Professor Mark Dotson.

Photo courtesy of WMU-Cooley Law School

WMU-Cooley Law School’s Student Bar Association hosted a panel presentation: “Know Your Worth,” at its Lansing campus on Oct. 29. The event gave students the opportunity to hear from professors and career professionals about how to position themselves when preparing for their legal careers.

Panelists included: WMU-Cooley Associate Director Karen Poole, Professors Mable Martin-Scott, Mark Dotson and Richard Henke, and Adjunct Professor Thomas Myers.

During the event, panelists gave students candid advice on how best to prepare for a legal career, such as networking, obtaining legal experience, studying hard and getting good grades. Most importantly, they advised students to seek out every opportunity available and put their best foot forward.


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