A swearing in ceremony for a family to remember 

From left: State Bar of Michigan President-Elect Larry Nolan, Justice Stephen J. Markman, newly admitted Martin Fisher, and Martin’s parents, Julie and Professor Gerald Fisher.

From left: State Bar of Michigan President-Elect Larry Nolan, Justice Stephen J. Markman, newly admitted Martin Fisher, and Martin’s parents, Julie and Professor Gerald Fisher.

Law school graduation and passing the Bar Exam are milestones every law school graduate treasures. For one particular graduate of the WMU-Cooley Law School, the swearing-in ceremony also continues to resonate as a stand-out memory.

Martin Fisher, son of WMU-Cooley Law School Professor Gerald Fisher was officially sworn into the Bar by none other than Michigan Supreme Court Justice Stephen Markman.

It was “a swearing-in ceremony for a family to remember,” Professor Fisher characterized the November 16, 2015 prestigious event with his son, Martin Fisher.

Professor Fisher noted that “Justice Markman was very kind to take the time to convene proceedings in the court’s Hall of Justice courtroom to give Martin a most meaningful beginning as a newly admitted attorney.”

Most lawyers have a special memory of their swearing in, Professor Fisher said, adding that  “these proceedings were memorable for our entire family, heightened by the presence of both Justice Markman and State Bar President-Elect Larry Nolan.”

Martin Fisher is pursuing a career in elder care.

 

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