From offices towering more than 30 floors above the heart of downtown Detroit, four WMU-Cooley Law School graduates practice their skills at the second largest professional services firm in the world, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). READ MORE in the Winter 2016 Benchmark Alumni Magazine (pages 8-11).
PwC is a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 200,000 employees. In Michigan, PwC has over 800 employees working in three core lines of service: tax, assurance, and advisory. When PwC’s Detroit office needs to fill the ranks in its tax division, Tim Pratcshler, principal in PwC’s state and local tax group, focuses his attention on recruiting top talent from colleges and universities, including law schools.
Tim Pratcshler, principal in PwC’s state and local tax group, talks about the qualities he looks for when hiring an attorney.
Justin Call (Coleman Class, 2009), Andrew Lane (Sharpe Class, 2008), Jennifer Paillon (Trimble Class, 2015), and Albert (A.J.) Robison (Johnson Class, 2013) are among the nearly 200 professionals who make up PwC’s tax practice for the company’s greater Michigan market.
Justin Call (Coleman Class, 2009), talks about WMU-Cooley’s rigorous, but confidence building, legal education.
Andrew Lane (Sharpe Class, 2008), talks about the experience and quality of the professors.
Jennifer Paillon (Trimble Class, 2015), talks about the non-traditional path she took before she was able to fulfill her dream of being an attorney.
Albert (A.J.) Robison (Johnson Class, 2013), talks about how WMU-Cooley’s well-connected professors led him to a job at PwC.