OU Law sent 7 students January 15-18 to the Rocky Mountain Black Law Students Association (RMBLSA) Convention in Houston, TX. For the third year in a row, the Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Chapter earned the award for "Chapter of the Year." This year, the chapter not only earned top chapter, but also ranked first overall for the entire region. Additionally, the Moot Court team captured the title for Best Petitioner's Brief.
In addition, two members from OU Law's BLSA chapter served on the Regional Board and helped plan the convention over the last year. Ana Sharp served as the Director of Community Service, and Ge'Andra Johnson served as the Pre-Law Director.
We are truly proud of the Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher BLSA chapter. They have worked incredibly hard all year to bring outstanding events and programming to OU Law, and we are thrilled that their efforts are being recognized. We are proud of you BLSA!
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