The OU College of Law presented Jason Maloy with the Owen L. Anderson Distinguished ONE Award, as only the second recipient of this recognition, in honor of the magnitude of his impact on the oil and...
In August 2021, we participated in an internship at the 104 th session of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD). Though the internship usually takes place in...
Tell us about starting your career at OU Law. My undergraduate class was in 1952 and I did a combined degree. My senior year in undergraduate school at OU was my first year in law school. I had a two-year military interruption when I was a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps commissioned through the university NROTC program. I served from 1952-54 in the Marine Corp and went to Korea. I came back for my last two years of law school and finished in 1956.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the M.L.S. in Indigenous Peoples Law program not only continue to excel in their coursework but have found ways to address the needs of their communities during the ongoing health crisis.
July 9, 2020
Rebeka Morales, Event and Communications Coordinator
Last summer, my classmate Trae Havens and I were privileged to serve Oklahoma by interning with the office of Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice James Winchester. Throughout the summer, we worked on a variety of different research projects, such as writing draft opinions and organizing files for oral arguments, but the most important thing we did was research for the potential adoption of the Uniform Bar Exam, or UBE, in Oklahoma.