Marcelin Appointed Executive Lieutenant Governor for the ABA/LSD’s 6th Circuit
LANSING - The American Bar Association/ Law Student Division’s 6th Circuit Governor, Aaron Sohoski, announced the appointment of Thomas M. Cooley Law School student Adner Marcelin as the new Executive Lt. Governor for the 6th Circuit. The Executive Lt. Governor is the second ranking officer of the Circuit, who is tasked with serving as the liaison between the Circuit Governor and Lt. Governors of the Circuit. The Executive Lt. Governor also provides project coordination support to the Governor including, coaching assistance and oversees the progress and completion of Lt. Governor projects and assignments. In addition, should the Circuit Governor not be able to fulfill his/her duties, the Executive Lt. Governor will assume primary responsibility for the Circuit.
"I look forward to advancing the mission and goals of the ABA/LSD and to help law students within the 6th Circuit achieve their potential academically and professionally. It is truly a great honor to have been selected amongst such great candidates who applied from around the circuit. I am humbled and appreciative of the trust placed in me by our Governor Sohoski, and I look forward to representing to the circuit under highest levels of leadership and professionalism instilled in me by Thomas M. Cooley Law School." Marcelin said.
Marcelin currently serves as the President and National Representative for Thomas M. Cooley Law School at the law school’s Lansing campus. He also serves as an Executive Board Member of the Lansing Student Bar Association. Marcelin received his Masters of Business Administration at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida and his BS in Criminology at the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He also serves as a paralegal and media relation’s specialist at the Tallahassee Law Firm of Parks & Crump, LLC.