2014 - Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s Ann Arbor Campus: Ann Arbor was one of Cooley Law’s five branches when the school, now called the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, announced in the fall of 2014 that it would pull the plug at the end of that year. The 139 students taking classes there were told they could take classes at any of the school’s three other Michigan campuses. Interestingly, Cooley’s Ann Arbor campus opened in 2009 in space that had housed the Ave Maria School of Law, which up and moved to Naples, Fla., earlier that year. Cooley officials said the Ann Arbor location hadn’t attracted enough students.

The stack of law school accreditation suits the American Bar Association is facing is one shorter today.

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