Old Legal Books

By: AP
By: AP

Cooley Law School in Auburn Hills will be the new home for thousands of legal texts that belong to Oakland County.
The school is holding a ceremony Monday to celebrate the occasion. The collection is more than a century old and was renamed in 1976 to honor former judges Clark Adams and Philip Pratt.
The collection will be available to the public. It had been kept at the Oakland County courthouse in Pontiac.
County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Cooley President Don LeDuc will be among the guests at the ceremony.


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