Ripping a critic's mask off

A law school fought to learn the secret identity of an ex-student blogger.

, The National Law Journal

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A former Cooley law student and anonymous blogger is locked in a court battle with the law school, which is attempting to publicly unmask and sue him for defamation.

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  • Allison

    Too%20bad%20the%20article%20did%20not%20describe%20some%20of%20the%20actual%20commentary.%20The%20blogger%20was%20unforgiving%20in%20his%20approach%20and%20brutally%20and%20unprofessional%20attacked%20any%20dissenters%20in%20a%20manner%20that%20was%20nothing%20short%20of%20cruel%20and%20bullying.%20Whether%20Cooley%20prevails%20or%20not%20is%20hardly%20my%20concern.%20I%20will%20just%20hate%20to%20see%20this%20guy%20become%20an%20attorney.%20Free%20speech%20or%20not,%20he%20has%20proven%20that%20he%20lacks%20any%20moral%20character.%20Best%20I%20know%20the%20site%20has%20been%20taken%20down,%20or%20at%20least%20the%20ability%20to%20comment.%20

  • Kevin

    Any%20bottom%20tier%20law%20school%20that%20thinks%20having%204,000%20students,%20in%20this%20economy,%20is%20legit,%20ought%20to%20be%20willing%20to%20accept%20its%20fair%20share%20of%20criticism.%20%20It%20sounds%20an%20awful%20lot%20like%20a%20diploma%20mill,%20rather%20than%20a%20legitimate%20law%20school.

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