Cooley Law loses bid to unmask online critic on appeal

, The National Law Journal

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A Michigan trial court erred when it allowed the Thomas M. Cooley Law School to unmask an anonymous Internet critic, an intermediate state appeals court has ruled.

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  • Abused Swan

    Well we are exposing a Cooley Law Scam of our own. Last November we demonstrated in front of the school during their open house. They did little to help us and we are not impressed. You see Cooley has an Access to Justice department, but we can not get any justice in our family courts. You see Cooley instructors are a couple of judges on my case. Then the main judge, Patricia Gardner donated money to Cooley and is a life time member. The students can not see this judges misuse of power and represent me in court. What I have stumbled on is just how bad Cooley law students are at representing the law in our community. We have discovered that custody of children is being sold to abusive parents and more money can be paid to keep the loving parent from the child. Go to Abusedswandotcom and click on the Attorney page to read more. Oh and Cooley you can sue me, it will just help me to get the word out about what is really going on in Kent County.

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