Cooley opens 66,000 square-foot building at its Auburn Hills campus.
Cooley Law School welcomed its first class to its new Auburn Hills campus on Jan. 7, 2008. More than 600 students attended the 67-acre Auburn Hills site at 2630 Featherstone Road. The recently renovated 65,300-square-foot structure sat vacant for more than five years. The structure includes environmentally green building features such as many renewable and recyclable materials, reflective roofing to minimize heat gain and an enhanced heating and ventilation system.
« President and Dean Don LeDuc speaks at the opening ceremony.
« John Nussbaumer, Associate Dean of the Auburn Hills Campus, speaks at the opening of the new campus facility.
« Speakers at the Cooley Auburn Hills ribbon-cutting event on January 29; from left, Kurt Hassberger, Rockford Construction; Margie Simmons, SHW Group; Thomas Tanghe, Assistant City Manager, City of Auburn Hills; L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive; Don LeDuc, Cooley President and Dean; Jalal Dallo, Cooley SBA President; James McDonald, Mayor, City of Auburn Hills; and John Nussbaumer, Cooley Associate Dean of the Auburn Hills campus.