NORMAN, Okla. – Camille Burge (’22) will begin her career at Phillips Murrah after graduation and she says there are a number of reasons to choose OU Law.
“OU Law consistently ranks among the top ten best value and most affordable law schools,” Burge explained. “I knew I would leave OU Law with a valuable degree, from an esteemed institution, but without a mountain of debt, and that was really important to me. Also, because OU Law really values its students. Our professors and administrators are consistently accessible and are always interested in ways they can make OU Law a better place.”
Serving in her two favorite student organizations, SBA and BLSA, were Burge’s favorite memories during her time at the College of Law but mentions the sense of belonging and overall community as something that makes OU Law so special.
“I feel so fortunate to be a part of a class of such wonderful people,” Burge said. “In my time at OU Law, I have gained incredible friends and colleagues who I know will remain connected with me for years to come. I am also very thankful for the legal network I have gained through the mentorship at OU Law.”
OU Law strives to prepare its students for life outside of law school as they begin their careers as practicing attorneys.
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