My methodology for choosing a law school was very unique. After I narrowed down my search to a few final contenders, I went to visit the schools but decided to not register for a formal tour. I usually would walk in the school and roam around as if I was a student to get the true feel of the law school. When I walked into New England Law, the security guard immediately stopped me and said, “How may I help you?” I said I was a perspective student, so they permitted me to sign in and walk around. As soon as I got up to the third floor, a girl again stopped me and asked, “Are you new here? I do not think I’ve seen you before.” This was when I got a true feel for the community at New England Law. At that point, I knew I would most likely commit to the school, because this incognito tour was nothing like I experienced at other schools. After that, my initial assessment of New England Law was solidified at the admitted student open house event. The Dean, professors, and current students were engaging and honest. That’s when I officially committed to the school.