Cooley grads admitted to SCOTUS


On April 15, 2013, eleven Cooley graduates were admitted to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court as part of Cooley’s annual bar admission ceremony. James D. Robb, Associate Dean for External Affairs, appeared before the full Court to move the graduates’ admission. Upon granting the motion, Chief Justice John Roberts welcomed the Cooley graduates to the bar of the Court. Before the Court went into session, Cooley’s graduates and guests were also greeted by William K. Suter, the Clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court, who spoke about the court history and the cases to be argued that day.

Later that evening, Cooley hosted a reception for the admittees and D.C.-area alumni in downtown Washington, D.C.

Shown in photograph, the alumni admitted to bar of the U.S. Supreme Court gather on the front steps of the Court. From left: Patrick S. Griffin, Neil W. MacCallum, Kevin J. Stoops, Dionnie S. Wynter, Matthew M. Flaminio, Robert J. Kane, Michael J. Cronkright, Charles M. Kronzek, Jesse L. Young, David R. Morse, and Tony S. Kalogerakos.