Dalton Roberts chose ONU Law because of the unique experiences the University offered. He immediately got involved with organizations on campus such as Law Review, Lambda Law Students’ Association, and Phi Alpha Delta. His passion for law transformed and grew once he stepped on campus.
“It’s not hard to stay involved at ONU. There’s a bunch of different student organizations that hold events all throughout the year, so there is always something for everyone. The faculty also really inspires you to get involved on campus,” he says.
ONU also helped Dalton grow through opportunities such as the Icelandic Legal Exchange program, which allowed him to travel to Iceland, experience the culture, meet many other law students, and visit the Icelandic Supreme Court. The trip helped him learn about different countries and their respective legal systems. Additionally, Dalton has found his clinic experience in the U.S. beneficial because of the hands-on experience and interaction with real-world clients.
Dalton believes the faculty are what really make the University great. “ONU has helped me connect my passion with a purpose through the amazing faculty who have shown me that there are so many options out there for me to pursue while still working in an area that I’m passionate about.” After graduation, he hopes to work in either corporate or bankruptcy law.