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Kalamazoo location now can offer 60 of 90 credits. Complete up to two years of law study on Western's main campus in Kalamazoo.
At 46 with six children, Reese Kewin is making her dream of being a lawyer possible by taking classes on weekends. Our new Blended-Learning weekend option now allows you to take a portion of your classes online.
Our latest issue of Benchmark Magazine features WMU-Cooley graduates Judge Rosemarie Aquilina and Judge Janice Cunningham - Giving a voice to victims and handing down justice.
When you turn hard work and dedication into academic excellence, it's nice to be recognized in a tangible way.
File your application now for September or January. We will review June or July LSAT scores for fall admission consideration.
Nothing compares to helping free a wrongfully convicted person. Especially when you talk to law students and the team who worked to free LeDura Watkins after nearly 42 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
WMU-Cooley's LL.M. Programs for lawyers give you the opportunity to focus your legal expertise and propel your career.
Professor Emily Horvath has always been an advocate for the unconventional. Even providing structured flexibility where other law schools can't.
Choose from some of the most flexible scheduling options of any law school in the nation.
WMU-Cooley law professors base their teaching on vast experience as practicing lawyers. They bring a real and tangible perspective to the classroom, making learning robust and relevant.
Unlike any other law school in America, WMU-Cooley enables you to choose the perfect setting for your law school experience and your lifestyle, where students embrace a culture of professionalism and ethics.
The diversity of our student body creates a dynamic learning environment that enriches the educational experience and promotes careers of our graduates.
While in 11th grade at Pontiac Northern High School, Kwame Rowe — WMU-Cooley graduate and lawyer with the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office — had an experience that introduced him to his future love. It was the day Auburn Hills Associate Dean Joan Vestrand came to talk to students about street law. When she started to set up for the presentation, her computer wouldn’t work, so Rowe diligently tried to figure out a fix. As he tried everything he could think of, Dean Vestrand noticed his dogged attempts and told him she wanted to see him there every Saturday. That was the beginning of Success on Saturdays at Pontiac Northern and the start of Rowe’s love affair with the law.
In celebration of Constitution Day, WMU-Cooley Law School’s Lansing campus held a series of events highlighting the First Amendment and other Constitutional issues surrounding the current furor with athletes protesting during the national anthem.