WMU-Cooley's Auburn Hills campus is located on 67 wooded acres in the heart of Oakland County, where more than 100 Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters or major business operations.
The campus has the newest, largest, "greenest", and most technologically advanced law school facilities in all of Southeast Michigan, with more than 130,000 square feet of space and 600 dedicated parking spaces.
June 4, 2012 - WMU-Cooley's Auburn Hills campus has achieved LEED® Silver certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the U.S. Green Building Council. The USGBC uses LEED certification to designate the world's greenest, energy-efficient and high-performing buildings.
The tri-level Law Center is located near the intersection of Oakland County’s major east-west and north-south freeways, I-75 and M-59 in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It includes a full law school library, high-tech classrooms, wireless Internet access, trial and appellate courtrooms, comfortable student study space, distance education classrooms, and a fully functioning Legal Aid office.
Auburn Hills students may choose traditional apartments, condos/townhouses, and homes to rent.
The Auburn Hills campus has wireless Internet access throughout, two high-tech courtrooms, four high-definition distance-education classrooms, two computer labs, and class podcasting capability.
Our acquisition of the Oakland County Adams-Pratt Law Library collection will enhance the core collection of print and electronic materials and make it the premier legal research facility in the area.
Our collection includes U.S. Supreme Court cases from 1882 to the present, all federal cases and West’s Regional Reporters beginning with the second series of publication, thus providing access to case law from all jurisdictions, with corresponding digests and Shepard’s volumes.
The Michigan Collection includes all volumes of Michigan Reports since 1878, all volumes of Michigan Appeals Reports, both Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated and Michigan Compiled Laws Service, as well as two digest series for Michigan case law — Callaghan’s Michigan Digest and West’s Michigan Digest. Lexis, Westlaw, Matthew Bender and Hein Online provide electronic access to additional case law, treatises and law journals. Secondary sources are also available, including the American Jurisprudence and Corpus Juris Secundum legal encyclopedias, Michigan Law Practice Encyclopedia, Michigan Civil Jurisprudence, and the entire series of American Law Reports.
Numerous multi-volume treatises on a variety of subjects particularly those supporting the LL.M. programs in Corporate Law and Finance, Intellectual Property, and Tax are also part of the collection. Other titles can be acquired as needed from the Lansing library via a daily shuttle delivery service. Study aids, such as hornbooks and nutshells, as well as all course reserves for Auburn Hills classes, are all on reserve at the library circulation desk.