OU Giving Day – a day for the entire Sooner family to give back to the university – was a tremendous success. Because of the extraordinary generosity of the OU Law family, over $176,000 was raised for the College of Law!
So many OU Law alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends helped make this day a success. Their donations will make a significant impact on our students by supporting scholarships, competition teams, public interest fellowships, and other components of a quality legal education.
The college would like to extend a special thank you to the following groups:
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Senator Mary Brown Boren
Mayor Breea Clark
Dean David Swank
McIntyre Law Firm
Prof Steven Gensler
Prof Melissa Mortazavi
Prof Eric Johnson
Prof Kit Johnson
Prof Chris Odinet
Prof Mary Sue Backus
Prof Liesa Richter
Interim President Joseph Harroz Jr.
Interim Dean Katheleen Guzman
Dean Stan Evans
OU Law’s Giving Day Challenge Sponsors
Abel Law Firm
Blaney Tweedy & Tipton
Jennifer and David Jordan
McAfee & Taft
Amanda and Ryan Prugh
Ward & Glass
Interurban Restaurants – Giving Day Celebration food sponsor
OU Law’s Giving Day Ambassadors
Mary Brown Boren
Alumni Diversity Council
Linda English Weeks
Board of Visitors
Young Alumni Board
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