Law school hosts Annual Interfaith Dinner, October 20

Western Michigan University Cooley Law School’s Auburn Hills campus will host the Fifth Annual Interfaith Dinner and panel discussion on Tuesday, October 20. During the event, judges and attorneys from the Muslim, Jewish and Christian faiths will discuss religion and how it affects legal professions.

The panel will include:

• Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Karen Braxton.
• Antoinette Porter, employment attorney at DTE Energy.
• Ambereen Ahmed, founder and senior partner at Ambereen Ahmed Law Offices.
• Tareq Baydoun, founder and senior partner at Meridian Law Group.
• Steven Cohen, senior partner at Cohen, Lerner, & Rabinovitz.
• Ellie Mosko, immigration attorney at Mosko Law PC.

The event will take place Tuesday, October 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the WMU-Cooley Auburn Hills Campus, 2630 Featherstone Rd., Room 145.  Dinner will include a Mediterranean buffet, drinks, and dessert. 

Information about attending the event is available by contacting:

—Muskan Ali, president of Cooley Muslim Legal Society (
—Robert Unatin, president of Jewish Legal Society (
—Deirdre Armstrong, president of Christian Legal Society (