WSJ Law Blog is covering the trial in Grand Rapids of the lawsuit brought against Cooley Law School on behalf of graduates who claim Cooley misled them about their job prospects. Today's post says that although at a hearing last week federal district judge Gordon Quist didn't buy Cooley's argument that the plaintiffs should have sued the ABA and the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP) rather than Cooley, he offered the school some comforting words: “I don’t see that it’s a consumer issue. The fraud count — I think you’ve got an uphill battle." James Thelen, Cooley's general counsel, says he expects a ruling soon. Here's an earlier National Law Journal story.