JasonH wrote:WisemanAEKDB wrote:According to the Cooley website, you don't even need a bachelor's degree to get in...Most Cooley students have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Yet, under court rules adopted by the Michigan Supreme Court, an applicant may also attend if the student has completed at least 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours either toward an undergraduate degree from an accredited school or from an accredited junior or community college.At Cooley, to be admitted without a bachelor’s degree, but with 60 semester hours, Cooley will need a statement from a four-year institution confirming that you have completed 60 semester hours applicable toward the bachelor’s degree or proof of completion of an associate’s degree with 60 hours applicable towards a bachelor's degree. The Committee will determine whether you have the maturity level sufficient for the study of law and for beginning law practice.
This has to be troll? For a second there I almost believed it.