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Cooley Law School has earned a reputation for providing graduates with the practical skills necessary for a seamless transition from academia to the real world. Cooley’s emphasis on sound academic knowledge, practice skills and legal professionalism prepares graduates for a role of leadership based in ethics. Our mission is to prepare graduates for entry into the legal profession through an integrated program with practical legal scholarship as its guiding principle and focus.

Cooley Professionalism bookletCreating a Culture of Professionalism in Law School: The Thomas M. Cooley Law School Experience
Published 2005. An update on how Cooley successfully implemented the eighteen initiatives from the original Professionalism plan. This program was selected for the 2006 Professionalism Gambrell Award from the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism.


Cooley Professionalism PlanProfessionalism Plan: Professionalism - Taught, Learned, and Lived in Law School
Published 2002. Eighteen proposed initiatives, developed by Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Endorsed by the Student Bar Association, Faculty, Staff, Board of Directors, Alumni Association, and Board of Governors, and supported by the State Bar of Michigan.

BENCHMARK: WMU-Cooley Law School Alumni Magazine -
Winter 2014

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BENCHMARK COLUMN: The Thomas M. Cooley Law School Alumni News Publication
July 2014, Volume 6, Number 1


LL.M. Program BrochureLL.M. Program Brochure "I sincerely hope that you can join us as a student. My LL.M. changed and sharpened the focus of my career and provided a network of friends and associates around the world. With an innovative curriculum and scheduling, and driven by a full-time and adjunct faculty with exemplary qualifications, a Cooley LL.M. can do the same for you." Professor William Weiner, Associate Dean for International Programs.



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