One of the things that's cool about Moritz is we are a small, intimate community within a large university.
The Moritz community is very collegial. You get to know your class really, really well. And so you form some really strong friendships through that. You're in all of the same classes together as your first year of law school, but you have all of the resources of a large university. So you have one of the best gyms in the world, I would say. The university is always doing really interesting research projects, really interesting service projects. There are so many things you can get involved in.
In addition to the Union and the RPAC and the great student facilities, there is expertise in every subject matter. There are national speakers in every field. There are international students from all over the world.
I've had so many different experiences throughout law school where alumni have gone above and beyond to help me to make an introduction, to give me advice, to sit down and take time to talk with me about their career. And that's something that I think is unparalleled with any other place I've ever been.
So there is a buckeye pride. And once you become one of us, you carry that with you for life.