Wayne Law hosts alumni prosecutors

Alumni Speakers Series - ProsecutorsDETROIT – 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.

Photos attached:

Rachel McDuffieParticipants 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.

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