My guess is that a guy like you goes to Cooley. AND you had a 4.0 UGPA and scored a 175 on the LSAT.
I'm saying that because nothing you write makes any sense, especially in light of your last post.
Again, I'll explain it for the eternally stupid:
This thread asked the question "Why is Cooley Law so despised?"
I gave some reasons, which then turned into a pair of dolts attacking me, as if I am the only one who believes Cooley is a sub-par school.
The reason Cooley is so despised has nothing to do with MY education. It has NOTHING to do with where I go to school. It has nothing to do with an answer I gave regarding false imprisonment (which, by the way, I gave to assist a student in their understanding of the concept, not to prove my own intelligence). It has to do why the legal community, including law students, views Cooley negatively.
So it stands to reason that making fun of my intelligence for saying what most people think anyway is counterproductive and meaningless. The question was asked. I answered it. Don't like what I said? Refute my assertions (curiously, this part of the way lawyers are supposed to be trained to think is absent) and make your case. The stupid way to argue a point is to ignore the point and rely on ad hominem to justify your own misconceptions.
Is Cooley ranked very, very low? Yes, it is.
Do Cooley students complain that the school is a fail out factory school that should be stripped of ABA accreditation? Yes, they do.
Do students choose to attend Cooley for a full ride scholarship when they can get a full ride scholarship to higher ranked schools with better reputations? I doubt it. MAYBE if they have a compelling reason to remain in Michigan. Otherwise, no, they don't.
Until these assertions are argued, I'm done with this thread. Responding to ad hominem attacks is a waste of my time. I prefer to live in the realm of substantive discussion.