Lauren Rousseau, Martha Moore, Jon Dubin

  • Lauren Rousseau has been named assistant dean at Cooley Law School’s Auburn Hills campus. Rousseau joined the Cooley faculty in January 2004. She teaches Civil Procedure I and II and a general externship class at Cooley. Before joining the law school she was vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary for Plastech Engineered Products, Inc., of Dearborn, Mich. Her career has also included five years as a senior litigation attorney in the Office of General Counsel for Ford Motor Company and five years as an associate attorney at the Detroit law firm Dykema Gossett.
  • Martha Moore, Cooley Law School’s professor and assistant dean moved from the Auburn Hills campus to the Ann Arbor campus. Moore joined Cooley in 2004. Before joining the law school faculty, Moore was a partner and shareholder in the firm of Moore & Pozehl, P.C., in Southfield, Mich., where she concentrated her practice in the areas of legal ethics. Her career has also included time as ethics prosecutor for the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission, private practice, and as an assistant district attorney in Durham County, N.C. Moore is also vice chairperson of the Attorney Grievance Commission.
  • Jon Dubin of Rutgers School of Law-Newark was appointed associate dean for Clinical Education. More than 40 years ago, Rutgers–Newark helped transform legal education in the United States by establishing a clinical program both to serve the legal needs of the poor and provide practical lawyering experience for its students. In recognition of the importance of the program to the core principles of the law school, Dean John J. Farmer, Jr. appointed Dubin as the first associate dean for Clinical Education. In addition to overseeing the clinics, Dubin teaches clinical and traditional classroom courses. Within the Urban Legal Clinic, he handles Social Security/disability matters and impact litigation, primarily in the area of fair housing. His classroom courses are Administrative Law, Civil Rights and Poverty Law.