My friends at Oklahoma City University have just announced that they're moving the law school downtown from their campus on 23rd street. This is really exciting news; I think this'll open up some nice opportunities for students. The building they're moving to is really beautiful -- and historic: the old Central High School, built in 1910. It was designed by Andrew Solomon Layton, who designed such other Oklahoma City landmarks as the Skirvin Hotel. The school anticipates being in their new location by the fall of 2014. This is really exciting -- I so love Oklahoma City's downtown, but this is news that seems destined to make me feel old. Because when I arrived at Oklahoma City in the fall of 1994 to start my teaching career they had just opened their current law school building. I hope to have a chance to make it back to Oklahoma City soon -- maybe even before their new building opens, but certainly when it does. It's such a beautiful state and there's so much legal history yet to explore there.