OU Law will present a screening of the award-winning documentary, “And Then They Came for Us,” which chronicles the forced incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. A panel discussion will follow.
In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher’s admission to the OU College of Law, the college and the university’s main campus devoted the week of Sept. 23 to Fisher and other civil rights leaders, with acknowledgment of the ongoing pursuit of equality.
Preparing law students to become lawyers involves more than just the knowledge obtained in the classroom. Addressing student well-being by promoting candid dialogue and providing access to health resources is a key focus area at the OU College of Law.
Sarah A. Seo, a legal scholar of criminal law and procedure in the 20th century United States, will speak at a public lecture set for noon on Thursday, Sept. 12, in the Kerr Student Lounge at the OU College of Law.
On June 3 and 4, OU Law hosted tribal business leaders, government officials and legal scholars from around the world for an examination of topics relevant to indigenous trade, tribal governments and international business.
During the last week of winter break, five OU law students – 3Ls Julie Hunter, Tara Jorden , Cara Miller and Paige Green and 2L Aiza Skelton – were on their way to Montevideo, Uruguay, with Alvaro Baca, OU Law professor and director of OU Law’s International Human Rights Clinic, to study the indigenous people and learn about the struggles and issues that they face.
As member countries of the United Nations, Argentina and Zambia are required to submit reports to the U.N. Human Rights Council on the status of human rights provided to their indigenous populations...