ATTEND LAW SCHOOL IN DOWNTOWN LANSING
Are you ready to fully immerse yourself in the lifestyle of a legal professional? Students at Cooley’s Lansing campus have the unique opportunity to learn the law just steps away from the Michigan Supreme Court, as well as federal and local courts, and numerous law firms, both big and small.
Lansing, Michigan, is where it all started for Cooley Law School in 1972. The Hon. Thomas E. Brennan, along with other Lansing-area lawyers and judges, created a juris doctor curriculum designed to prepare law students for practice through experienced-based teaching. Today, students learn to apply legal theory to situations they may encounter as attorneys.
About the Lansing Campus
The Cooley Center, located at 300 S. Capitol Ave., is situated perfectly in the heart of downtown Lansing, a stone’s throw from the seat of government. In addition to traditional law classrooms, this 10-story brick building houses mock trial courtrooms, legal clinic offices, and the Brennan Law Library. Parking ramps and meters are available near the law school’s campus. You can contact the Lansing campus at (517) 371-5140.
Lansing Campus Student Organizations
Expand your leadership skills by joining any of our student organizations. The following organizations have chapters at our Lansing campus:
- Black Law Students Association
- Christian Legal Society
- Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity
- Environmental Law Society
- Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
- Phi Delta Phi International Honors Society
- Sports Entertainment Law Society
- Military Veterans Law Student Association
- Organization of Women Law Students
Cooley’s Lansing campus offers you many schedule options, so no matter what you may be juggling in life, we have an option to fit your schedule. Our flexible program has helped countless law students make their dream of going to law school possible. Full-time, part-time, weekends and evenings are some of the many options you can consider in Lansing.
Cooley operates on a "rolling admissions" system, which means we process law school applications when they are received. Students attending law school at our Lansing campus have the option to begin their legal education twice a year, in September and January.
Law School Scholarships
Legal education is an investment in you, which is why we’re committed to helping you reach your educational goals with scholarship awards of up to 100 percent of tuition for up to 90 credits. Find out more about scholarship opportunities by clicking below.