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  • Duly Noted . . .

    February 12, 2016

    Joining the Grand Rapids office of Kotz Sangster is attorney Kevin O’Dowd, who brings more than 30 years of experience in commercial, business, municipal and construction litigation.

  • Political Passion: Law student worked in Senate, interned at The White House

    February 12, 2016

    There can’t be many University of Michigan students who have been up close and personal with members of the First Family – let alone the “First Dog.” But Seth Buchsbaum enjoyed that experience during a five-month spell in 2010 a

  • ArtPrize portrait celebrating inclusion and First Amendment on display at Kent County building

    February 12, 2016

     ArtPrize 2015 is a memory, but one piece has received a home in the Kent County Administration Building, 300 Monroe N.W. FREEDOM – Liberty Lighting Our Way by Sharon Lange is scheduled to be on display through December in the first floor lobb

  • Student faced down family crisis, demanding job to graduate from WMU-Cooley Law

    February 10, 2016

    Some go through law school right out of college in an educational arc that results in graduation three years later with a Juris Doctor. Others come to the law later in life, and sometimes encounter bumps along the road to graduation.

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