Judge tosses Cooley Law grads’ lawsuit

Court rules that school didn’t violate consumer protection law

It’s the end of the road for a group of law school graduates who tried to sue their alma mater.

On Friday, a Michigan court tossed a lawsuit that Cooley Law School grads brought against their former school, which they said misrepresented graduates’ job-placement data. The students sought $250 million in damages and claimed that the school violated the Michigan Consumer Protection Act.

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