Adjunct Faculty

Detroit Mercy Law is proud to have many talented adjunct faculty members, from a variety of practice areas, teaching many interesting courses and leading many clinics. These Adjunct Faculty are teaching the Winter 2022 semester.

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    Business & Corporate Law

    Sean Cowley '08 Applied Legal Theory & Analysis II
    Lynn Ingram Advanced Advocacy 
    Elizabeth Sokol '94 Advanced Advocacy 
    Mark Randon Bankruptcy
    David Dereyna Basic Federal Income Tax
    David Joswick Transactional Law Meet
    Tom Saybolt Business Organizations
    James Mellon Insurance Law

    Criminal Law

    Valerie Newman Conviction Integrity Clinic
    Pam Szydlak Criminal Trial Clinic
    Joyce Reasonover '92 Criminal Trial Clinic
    Patrick Muscat Litigation Technology
    Michael Olcese Pre-Trial Litigation Law Firm Program
    Zachary Morgan Pre-Trial Litigation Law Firm Program
    Maggie Smith Trial Practice

    Family Law

    Amy Roemer Family Law Clinic
    Jennifer Rosen Juvenile Appellate Clinic
    Corey Haines Juvenile Justice Law Firm Program

    Health Care Law

    Deirdre Golden Health Law Law Firm Program

    Intellectual Property Law

    Denise Glassmeyer Intellectual Property Clinic
    James Stevens Intellectual Property Clinic
    Keith Driscoll Intellectual Property Law Firm Program
    Jake Grove Trademark and Entrepreneur Clinic
    Tim Kroninger '85 Trademark and Entrepreneur Clinic

    Immigration Law

    Clifford Luty US-CAN Immigration
    Aimee Guthat Immigration Law Firm Program
    Alexandra Lacombe Immigration Law Firm Program

    Other Practice Areas

    Paul Babie Australian Law & the Constitution
    Sarah Garrison Bar Strategies
    Laurie Tannous European Union Law
    Conor Fitzpatrick First Amendment
    Aidan Maraachli Judicial Clerkship Course
    Benjamin Coats Military Law & the Uniform Code of Military Justice
    Hank Moon National Security Law
    Charity Dean Professional Responsibility
    Alexandria Taylor Small Firm Law Firm Program