Thomas M. Cooley law school announces recipients of the Frederick J. Griffith, III Adjunct Faculty Award

Thomas M. Cooley Law School announced the recipients of this year’s Frederick J. Griffith III Adjunct Faculty Award.  The Honorable Colleen A. O’Brien, judge of the Oakland County Circuit Court, and the Honorable Rosemarie E. Aquilina, judge of the Ingham County Circuit Court, are recipients of the award, which recognizes adjunct faculty members who best display dedication to the law school, excellence in teaching, passion for persuasive advocacy, compassion for law students and optimism about life and the future of legal education.

Cooley Professor Emeritus Otto Stockmeyer presented the award to Judge Aquilina Tuesday, Dec. 6 at Cooley’s Lansing campus. Judge O’Brien was unable to attend the award ceremony. Pictured (left to right) are Stockmeyer, Judge Aquilina and Rick Griffith’s wife, Margie Griffith.

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