Here are some entertaining excerpts:
"Cooley truly is on a level all its own in embodying all that is wrong with
legal education. At the very beginning of its Complaint, Cooley brags about
having the largest enrollment and four campuses, as if this is a mark of
accomplishment. Harvard and Georgetown have large law school enrollments – but
they also send many of their students, and likely the preponderance of them,
onto gainful employment – or employment period."
"Thomas M. Cooley Law School is a standalone punchline within the legal profession.
I’m familiar with its absurdly large class sizes, its questionable practice of culling the bottom
few percent of its students each year to ensure high enough bar passage rates
to maintain its tenuous grasp on ABA accreditation, and its bizarre
self-ranking system that places an inordinate emphasis on library seating capacity."
"If someone is accusing your nationally mocked law school of
being a scam, perhaps bringing a lawsuit over such allegations isn’t the best
way to disprove them."
"This lawsuit is a heinous crime against free
expression. May an even worse pox than the one currently afflicting it befall
that institution for turning the courts into an instrument to beat down free
speech and censor the reality that everyone – including many jobless and
hopeless Cooley alumni – knows to be true: Cooley sucks."
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