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DETROIT — A federal prosecutor is leaving his decades-old government job to teach criminal law at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan — the nation’s largest law school with more than 3,600 students. Cooley announced this week that Alan Gershel, the criminal division chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern Michigan District, will join the school’s faculty as a visiting professor in May. Gershel will teach criminal law and criminal procedure at Cooley’s new campus in Auburn Hills, a suburb of Detroit. “While it is tough to leave the U.S. Attorney’s Office after nearly 30 years, the itch to teach the lawyers of tomorrow is simply too enticing to resist,” Gershel said in a statement.

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