Moritz does a really good job of providing a lot of different types of events for students to expand their knowledge and expand their networks, and it ranges from having law school symposiums through Law Journal. You know, I think one year we had Justice Ginsburg that came to visit, and then two years later, we had Justice Scalia come. I just think those are pretty unique opportunities that law students don't ordinarily get, and I think Moritz was able to kind of facilitate that for students. We were able to meet the justices.
Moritz also held a lot of events at the Saxbe Auditorium and the Barrister's Club that involved bringing in guest speakers, bringing in alums, or maybe a firm or an in-house department was hosting something.
We've got exceptionally strong chapters of various student organizations. These groups bring in speakers and panels on a variety of topics, everything from immigration, to criminal law, to the rights of gay, lesbian, and transgender people, to issues of disability rights. You name it, we cover it here. And so there are plenty of opportunities for education, not just within the classroom but outside it.