Adam Hoeflich's C-U happy place was the College of Law. “All of it," says the Chicago attorney and Northwestern professor of practice.
"There were classrooms where professors questioned us in ways that made us question ourselves. There were faculty offices where professors talked to us and showed us they cared about us and that they weren’t quite as intimidating as they seemed in class.
“And then there was the library, where I was before, between and after classes — not only to immerse myself in law and to outline or write but also just to seek out other students with whom I could share experiences.
“With the exception of short excursions for a drink or meal, my three years in Champaign were spent in the law building, and I remain grateful for all that I learned there.”