Civil forfeiture discussed at Constitution Day event


The Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Auburn Hills chapter of the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies presented a panel discussion Sept. 15 on “Civil Forfeiture: Prosecution for Profit or Funding?” Featured on the panel were Clark Neily (fourth from left), vice president of criminal justice of the Cato Institute, and Daniel Lemisch (fourth from right), the acting U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. Also taking part in the event were (left to right) Marianne Drescosky, WMU-Cooley Auburn Hills campus Associate Dean Joan Vestrand, Arturo Alfaro, Matt Miller, Eric Nordan, WMU-Cooley Assistant Dean Lisa Halushka, and Eric Field. WMU-Cooley Auburn Hills produced the event as part of the law school’s annual Constitution Day activities which are held at each of WMU-Cooley’s four campuses. 

– Photo by John Meiu