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Law school is a commitment. It is a challenge. It is the type of education that will bring out your best.

» Challenging Academics – Our comprehensive curriculum prepares students for the bar exam and law practice.

» Faculty Committed to Students– Accessible, experienced faculty are committed to student success. They teach well, give lots of feedback, offer extensive lawyering experience, and help students connect with alumni and future employers.

» Prepared for Law Practice – Top-notch facilities, required experiential learning, and emphasis on legal skills and ethics make WMU-Cooley's students ready to practice upon graduation.

» Transformational Experience – Study and learn in a welcoming, collaborative, and diverse environment that supports student success and encourages professional and personal growth.

» Schedule Options – Attend full-time or part-time on mornings, afternoons, evenings and on weekends. Start in September, January, or May. Enroll for classes in Auburn Hills, Grand Rapids, Lansing, or Tampa Bay.

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