When OU Law Dean Joseph Harroz, Jr. spoke at this year’s Owl Ceremony and Academic Convocation – the first formal academic event for first-year law students – he noted that for every generation of Americans, there will be times when constitutionally protected freedoms are challenged and how those who have the opportunity of a legal education are obligated to defend it and ensure a civil society.
Watch Dean Harroz’s remarks here:
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