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Cooley Law School names Lisa Fadler assistant dean

July 15, 2013
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Lisa Fadler. Courtesy Cooley Law School

Thomas M. Cooley Law School has announced changes in its leadership structure.

Cooley has named Lisa Fadler as its new assistant dean of career and professional development.

Fadler will oversee employer development, employment counseling activities and staff and student recruitment.

Fadler, who joined Cooley’s career services staff in 2007, has been serving as director of career and professional development.

Before joining Cooley, she was an associate with Collins, Einhorn, Farrell and Ulanoff, PC and a litigation attorney with Kitch, Saurbier, Drutchas and Wagner.

Fadler earned her bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College and her law degree from St. Louis University Law School.

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