Thomas M. Cooley Law School recently lost a federal court battle to expand its courses at campuses in Oakland and Kent counties. The American Bar Association refused to let the school expand due to poor performance rates on the state bar exam by law students who attend the current campus. The American Bar Association states one of its goals as ensuring that law education is the finest possible. They obviously take that goal seriously. If a law school is not producing the best lawyers possible, then it should be made to reform before being allowed to expand. Luckily, there are many highly qualified lawyers who have passed the bar exam and are capable of practicing law at the highest level possible. Without education, the practice wouldn’t have the ability to win the important cases that make it such a powerful law firm. Hopefully, Cooley Law School can improve their education before the case is appealed next year.