Cooley Law School Subpoenas Colorado Law Professor for Records of Communications “With Any Person” About How Cooley Reports Employment Figures

Strange but true. Paul Campos has the scoop, which begins:

The Thomas M. Cooley Law School served me with a subpoena yesterday afternoon, commanding me to produce certain documents purportedly relevant to [a defamation lawsuit Cooley has filed against certain critics of the law school]. The documents in question include all my communications with the defendants, and “all documents and communications . . . that you had or exchanged with any person regarding how (i) Thomas M. Cooley Law School reports its post graduation employment rates or (ii) your communications with David Anziska regarding any inquiry or investigation he discussed with you about how law schools report post-graduate employment and salary data.”