I actually just transferred out of there last semester. Some schools accept transfers after a single semester, but those schools are in the minority. Most schools require 2 semesters and will transfer a max of about 30 credits. Most schools ask that you send your transcript in after your second semester once you get grades. This occurs before the summer ends. I don't believe you would have adequate time to get summer grades and transfer, especially since Cooley is on a trimester schedule (what I mean is, you will have your spring grades with plenty of time, but your summer grades will not be released until it's too late). Why don't you go to school in the spring, take the summer to assess your situation, and then transfer after next fall? That's what I would do, but I'm unfamiliar with your exact situation.
As a side note, that school was a sweat shop. The teachers were all very kind, but there are so many students which creates immense competition. I did alright there, but it wasn't at a small expense. Be sure to be dedicated to leaving before you incur the debt associated with a year of law school. If you're willing to stay there, than it's all good. I would just be wary of going there expecting to transfer and then have circumstances arise which preclude me from doing so.