Wayne Law hosts alumni prosecutors
DETROIT – Four Wayne State University Law School alumni talked about their work as prosecutors Tuesday, April 4, as part of Wayne Law’s Alumni Speakers Series.
Featured alumni were:
- Dianna Collins, class of 1998, assistant attorney general, Michigan Attorney General’s Office
- Jessica R. Cooper, class of 1973, prosecutor, Oakland County
- Brian Morrow, class of 1986, deputy chief, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office Juvenile Division
- Lora Weingarden, class of 1985, assistant prosecutor, Wayne County
Assistant Professor Blanche Cook moderated the discussion.
Participants in April’s Alumni Speakers Series are, from left, Brain Morrow, Dianna Collins, Jessica Cooper, Wayne Law Interim Dean Lance Gable, Lora Weingarden and Blanche Cook.
Second-year law student Rachel McDuffie listens to the panel discussion on life as a prosecutor.