Carole Bos has a Bachelor of Arts Degree (with highest honors) in History and Russian Studies. On graduation from Grand Valley State University, in 1977, she received a special "Honors Award" in her chosen field and was also designated "Breen Scholar." Bos holds a Juris Doctor degree, with honors, which she received in 1981. She was a member of the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review and a recipient of a Distinguished Student Award. In 1989, Bos received a Distinguished Alumna Award from her undergraduate institution and has been listed in numerous "Who's Who" publications.
Since her 1981 graduation from law school, Carole established a law firm, Bos & Glazier, where she is a trial lawyer. She has served as lead counsel on numerous high-profile cases in Michigan and throughout the country. Appointed Special Attorney to the United States Attorney General in 1997, she served in that capacity for more than two years.
Author of two poetry books, Bos co-wrote the pioneering text How to Use Video in Litigation. A frequent author of professional journal articles, a radio commentator on famous trials, and a keynote speaker, Bos started this web site in early 1999. She is the lead writer for all stories on the site which are meticulously researched and verified by the AwesomeStories.com team.