I went to Cooley Law School from 1992-1995. This is a really tough school. There was a high rate of people who failed out. However, the school gives many people a chance to attend law school and many do well regardless of past academics or test scores. The grading is on a very low "C" curve. For example, I was in the top 20% and I only had a 3.03 upon graduation. I was cum laude also. This can be frustrating when applying for jobs and sending transcripts. Some jobs wonder why I was highly ranked yet didn't have a higher grade point. I liked Cooley because I met some great friends there and had a generally good experience. I have a great job now that I wouldn't have without it. Also, I passed the bar of the first try. I attribute that to Cooley's curriculum. It requires students to take the classes that they will need on the bar.