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Posted on Thu, Nov 8, 2012 : 5:14 a.m.

Washtenaw County Trial Court judge administers Cooley voluntary Pro Bono Pledge to Cooley Law School students

By AnnArbor.com Staff

The Hon. Timothy P. Connors of the Washtenaw County Trial Court administered the Cooley Voluntary Pro Bono Pledge to Thomas M. Cooley Law School students, faculty, staff and alumni at Cooley’s Ann Arbor campus on Thursday, Oct. 4.

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Cooley law school students, faculty, staff and alumni pledge to support Cooley Law School’s commitment to pro bono legal service.

photos courtesy of Cooley Law School

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Judge Timothy P. Connors of the Washtenaw County Circuit Court (foreground) administers the Cooley Voluntary pledge Oct. 4. Pictured with Judge Connors is Melissa Stowe-Lloyd, Cooley Law School's assistant director of the Center for Ethics, Service and Professionalism.

photos courtesy of Cooley Law School

Those who participated pledged their support of Cooley Law School 's commitment to pro bono legal services. The pledge included a commitment to complete at least one pro bono activity during the upcoming year and either continue to do so every year throughout their legal careers or to comply with or exceed the pro bono expectations of their state bar association.

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