It started as a way to warn prospective law students to read the fine print. The second-year law student known by the Internet handle Rockstar05 founded a blog in February called Thomas M. Cooley Law School Scam, after the school issued a press release proclaiming itself the second-best law school in the country.

The blog’s title aptly summed up how Rockstar05 felt about his school, which has four Michigan campuses and a Florida location on the way. The student used the site to pick apart Cooley’s admission standards, graduate employment record and student retention rate, among other complaints.

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