Alicia Currin-Moore, Director of the OU Law Office of Career Development, has been appointed to the Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission as an At-Large Member. She is filling the unexpired term of Rebecca Hamrin, who is moving out of state.
Currin-Moore’s term is effective immediately and will expire Aug. 31, 2019.
The Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission was established in 2014 by the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The seven-member commission is responsible for producing a statewide strategic plan for improving the delivery of civil legal services to low-income Oklahomans. Additionally, the commission is charged with increasing resources and funding and reducing the barriers to the justice system.
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