Distinguished Brief Awards

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The WMU-Cooley Law Review recognized eight attorneys who authored the most scholarly briefs filed with the Michigan Supreme Court in 2017. The honors were presented during the Law Review’s 33rd annual Distinguished Brief Award ceremony at the Country Club of Lansing on July 26. Attorneys Mary Massaron (Plunkett Cooney), John J. Bursch (Bursch Law), and Alexandrea W. Wald and Mark Spatz (Cohen & Greeser) were recognized for their brief filed in Nexteer Automotive Group v. Mando America Corp. Recognized for their brief filed in AFT v. State of Michigan were Dykema Gossett PLLC attorneys Gary P. Gordon, Jason T. Hanselman, W. Alan Wilk; Dykema, and Steven C. Liedel.  The winning briefs will be published in an upcoming edition of the WMU-Cooley Law Review. Pictured (l-r): Liedel, WMU-Cooley Professor and Law Review advisor Mark Cooney, Massaron and Bursch.

Photo courtesy of WMU-Cooley Law School

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