Hi guys, I'm looking for some opinions from folks who have trained in both judo and jiu jitsu. I saw the thread from a few days ago where someone asked about whether judo or BJJ would be a better introduction to grappling. My situation is somewhat similar, but with a bit of a twist in that I've been training BJJ for a couple of years. I really like my current coach/team. In a few months I'm going to have to leave to attend law school, so I won't be able to train at my BJJ academy except for a few days here and there over break for the next three years. I'd really prefer not to join another BJJ school, especially since law school will be close enough that typical BJJ politics might come into play at competitions and such (but not close enough that I will be able to drive 90 minutes each way several times a week to train). Instead, I'm currently leaning towards joining the judo club at the university. The coach is a very well-decorated judoka (world champion, Olympic medalist, etc.), so I'm not at all worried about the level of instruction and I've actually been pretty interested in studying judo at some point. However, I apologize for sounding ignorant, but I am wondering whether I need to be concerned about my ground skills eroding. Is this even something I should be worried about? How is judo newaza different from BJJ? Any general advice regarding my situation? Thanks in advance for your thoughts.