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Thomas M Cooley Law School

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THERE ARE SEVERAL CAMPUS OPTIONS IN DIFFERENT CITIESThere is a Cooley for everyone. The curve is typical for a fourth tier, it's not bad at all, as long as you're not lazy -- you will pass. The weather sucks, and so does the price. But if you're determined for a JD (willing to take on the debt) and can deal with the cold (cold, cold) Cooley is a great law school that will prepare you for the working world. . But good luck finding a job....
1st Year Female -- Class 2009
University Resource Use/ spending: A, Campus Aesthetics: F
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I attended the T. Cooley facility in Auburn Hills for Term 1 in the summer of 2009 however I will never return. The faculty treated me (and many of us) like I was in high school and I also felt that they were very sexist toward men and rude and displayed elitism toward me and my fellow students. I would not recommend this school, especially the Auburn Hills facility to anyone. I have never been treated so rude and indifferent by a higher educational staff such as the folks at this facility.
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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Thomas Cooley Law School is fun and easy until you get your exam grades. They put you on a huge curve. I pulled all classes and grades...results were the same. 3 A's, 5 A-'s, 5 B+, 76B's, 7 B-'s, 12 C+'s, 18 C's, 24 C-'s, 7D+'s, 9 D's, 6 D-'s, 9 F's. They suck your money and will not let you leave. They watch classrooms of students and choose who to weed out. Elevators are monitored closed circuit. I have never been to a campus where all the students complain and hate it. They also say they will never give a dime once they graduate. THE WORST EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE!!! GO ANYWHERE ELSE! RUNNNNN! I GOT STUCK HERE!
2nd Year Female -- Class 2010
Faculty Accessibility: A, Individual Value: F
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