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Ms. Lauren Gabrielle Rousseau

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FILE - This 2012 file photo ..., 15 Dec 2013 [cached]
FILE - This 2012 file photo provided by the Rosseau family shows Lauren Rousseau, a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., who was killed in the shooting inside the school on Dec. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Rousseau family, File)
Responding to the letter, Schultz spoke ..., 3 Sept 2013 [cached]
Responding to the letter, Schultz spoke by phone last weekend with Gilles Rousseau, the father of Sandy Hook victim Lauren Rousseau, according to Po Murray, vice chairman of the Newtown Action Alliance, an advocacy group that helped organize the letter.
Lauren Rousseau was a teacher at Sandy Hook, and a Starbucks barista, who was killed during the shooting.
The problem came to the attention ..., 15 Feb 2013 [cached]
The problem came to the attention of Lauren Rousseau, then-associate dean and a law professor at Cooley's Auburn Hills campus, through two Cooley students, Laura Lambert and Justin Valencia.
Rousseau, the students, Dobbins and Leslie Berg, an adjunct professor teaching bankruptcy at Cooley, with the support of the Bankruptcy Committee of the Federal Bar Association, where Berg was co-chair, created a presentation designed to educate consumer debtors, especially the pro se group, about the basics of the bankruptcy process.
Rousseau, with assistance from people at each campus, organizes training sessions each term for interested students.
"The program provides students with a wonderful opportunity to hone their presentation skills, learn about the bankruptcy process, and network with bankruptcy professionals," Rousseau said.
At about the same time, Rousseau became aware of the ABC program and joined its board of directors, which includes Dobbins and Judge Marci McIvor of the Bankruptcy Court.
None expressed a desire to participate, but when Rousseau joined the board, she jumped at the chance to involve Cooley.
"I was very interested in working with ABC to develop some type of program that would enhance the services ABC provides to low-income debtors while also providing Cooley law students with experience working with bankruptcy cases and clients," Rousseau said.
Working with the board and Cooley administration, the ABC/Cooley Bankruptcy Pro Bono Project was launched last September. It incorporates a panel of volunteer attorneys, each of whom is paired with a Cooley student to work on a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. Attorneys each get a "token" amount of $200 training stipend, Rousseau said, and supervise the student throughout the case, from beginning to end.
Rousseau refers the cases to the pairing after a review, and keeps tabs on it. She said the student performs the bulk of the work in preparing the case after meeting with the attorney and the client, and may even represent the client before the bankruptcy trustee while the attorney stands by to assist them.
Fifteen students each from the Auburn Hills and Ann Arbor campuses are selected, but each term, a new batch will be chosen among the many students who are interested in the program, Rousseau said. And so far, it's been a hit, for the students and attorneys as well, who have provided "consistently positive feedback."
The program may be expanded to include more students and more attorneys in the future, Rousseau added.
In addition, ABC has become a partner in the "Bankruptcy Basics" seminars as well, she said.
Anything that helps debtors get a handle on their financial plight and provides attorneys a way to offer pro bono help is a worthwhile thing, Rousseau said. In different ways, each of these programs does just that.
"I tremendously appreciate the efforts of our volunteer attorneys," Rousseau said.
Cooley Law School Professor ..., 8 Sept 2010 [cached]
Cooley Law School Professor Lauren Rousseau has been named an Assistant Dean at the school's Auburn Hills campus, while Professor and Assistant Dean Martha Moore has moved from the Auburn Hills campus to the Ann Arbor 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.
Author Biography - Lauren A. Rousseau, 23 May 2009 [cached]
Lauren A. Rousseau
Lauren A. Rousseau is an Associate Professor of Law and Chair of the Civil Procedure and Evidence Department at the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law. Prior to becoming a professor, Ms. Rousseau served as vice president, general counsel of Plastech Engineered Products, Inc., a Michigan automotive supplier. Ms. Rousseau has also practiced as a senior litigator for Ford Motor Company, where she represented the company in class-action, employment and product-liability lawsuits, and as an employment law attorney at the Detroit law firm Dykema Gossett.
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