The Lansing-based Thomas M. Cooley Law School has announced that it will be cutting faculty and staff as enrollment and revenue declines.

Cooley has campuses across Michigan and in the Tampa, Florida, area.
Reports cite rising health care and legacy costs.  

The school also told students it wouldn’t enroll a new class at its campus in Ann Arbor this fall.

A statement from the school says its part of an effort to "remain at the forefront" in legal education.