The Thomas M. Cooley Law School is battling low student enrollment with faculty and staff cuts.
The Michigan-based law school said it needs to reduce expenses. That means it will also not enroll incoming first-semester students at its Ann Arbor campus this fall.
It hasn't yet determined just how many people it will let go.
That decision will come after the school does a systemwide review of all programs and facilities throughout its five campuses. Low enrollment, according to the university, is to blame.