June 28, 2011Contact: John Masson, 734.647.7352, email@example.com
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—Prof. Steve Croley, currently on leave from Michigan Law and serving in the administration of President Barack Obama, is changing White House jobs.
Until this week, Croley served on the President's Domestic Policy Council as Special Assistant to the President for Justice and Regulatory Policy. His new assignment, which took effect July 18, has him working in the Office of White House Counsel, where he becomes Special Assistant to the President and Senior Counsel to the President. His new responsibilities will include regulatory policy, public law, and good government.
Croley said he was looking forward to the move.
"I certainly miss the University of Michigan Law School and Ann Arbor," Croley said. "But the opportunity to serve the country is always an honor, and I'm looking forward to the challenges of the new position."
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