CLEVELAND - A new video produced by Case Western Reserve University's School of Law is picking up steam on YouTube.
The video, which has more than 2,500 page views, is being used by Case Western Reserve University to recruit people to the college and to the city of Cleveland.
The almost three-minute video describes Cleveland as a vibrant, thriving and affordable place to live, learn, work and play.
CWRU students said, “With a strong legal community, it’s the perfect place to begin your legal studies.”
Carolyn Widdowson, media specialist for the school, said they have already received great feedback from alumni and current students at the university.
“It was Dean Lawrence Mitchell’s idea to have the short video made," explained Widdowson.
Widdowson added many of the students that graduate from CWRU leave the city and Mitchell wanted to showcase how great Cleveland is to people looking to make a change.
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