I will help you. Here are some relevant statistics:
School's bar passage rate in jurisdiction 79.9 %
2006 full-time graduates employed at graduation N/A
2006 full-time graduates known to be employed nine months after graduation 73.3 %
Private-sector starting salary (25th-75th percentile) $40,000
Private sector starting salary (75th percentile) $67,000
Median in the private sector $51,000
Percent in the private sector who reported salary information 67 %
Median in public service $43,000
This means that you may have a difficult time while attempting to repay your student loans. Carefully determine whether or if you would be able to repay your loans, considering the potential cost of going to Cooley.
Also consider that Cooley has a pretty high dropout rate:
Attrition Rates for 2006-2007 Full- and Part-time Students
Percent of first-year students discontinuing law school 14.3 %
Percent of second-year students discontinuing law school 9.3 %
Percent of third-year students discontinuing law school 4.6 %
Add it up and about 30% of Cooley's students don't make it to graduation. You should really consider whether you can make it to graduation. Alternatively, some of these dropouts realize, too late, that they won't make enough to pay off their debts and try to cut their losses by dropping out and by getting a job.
If school is challenging for you...maybe you should talk to a pre-law advisor and see if you should attend.