Join us with Professor Daniel Ray as we review of the 2014 Supreme Court Term. More information will be available soon!
About the Speaker
Professor Ray joined the full-time faculty at Cooley in May 2006, having previously served the law school as a Visiting Professor.
Before coming to Cooley, he was an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for the Legal Assistant Studies Program at Eastern Michigan University.
Before joining academia, Professor Ray was an attorney with firms in Missouri and Kansas. While in private practice, Professor Ray taught as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School.
At Cooley, Professor Ray teaches Constitutional Law.
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