Judge to tell story of Abraham Lincoln’s life before politics

Dressed in full Lincoln attire, Judge Ron Lowe poses with Joan Vestrand, associate dean at Cooley Law School. Photo Courtesy of Cooley Law School

Dressed in full Lincoln attire, Judge Ron Lowe poses with Joan Vestrand, associate dean at Cooley Law School. Photo Courtesy of Cooley Law School

Every February for nearly 20 years now, Ron Lowe, Cooley Law School adjunct professor and Michigan 35th district court judge, trades in his robe for a stovepipe hat as he plays the role of President Abraham Lincoln in a presentation titled, “Take a Journey with President Lincoln.”

The presentation, which takes place on Thursday, Feb. 13 at noon at Cooley Law School’s Ann Arbor campus auditorium, focuses on periods of Lincoln’s life that aren’t normally covered in school or explored in popular culture.

Read the rest of my article at [The Ann Arbor News].

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