August 16, 2006
Cooley Law School v. ABA
From the 6th Circuit Opinion:
"The dispute centers on Cooley’s attempts to begin two satellite programs – one at Oakland University in Rochester (“Oakland campus”) and one in Grand Rapids (“Grand Rapids campus”). Cooley claims that the ABA denied Cooley due process in failing to accredit the two proposed satellites and in imposing sanctions on Cooley for operating the satellites without ABA prior acquiescence. The district court denied these claims and granted judgment to the defendants. As we find that the ABA afforded Cooley all due process in making its rulings, we affirm."
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