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Three OU Law Professors Honored at “A Tribute to the Faculty”

On Thursday, April 10th, The University of Oklahoma held “A Tribute to the Faculty” honoring the faculty of the Norman Campus.  Three professors for OU College of Law won were honored. 

Professor Stephen Henderson received of the Vice President for Research Award for Outstanding Research Impact.  Professor Henderson is a highly productive scholar whose research on law enforcement access to information in the hands of third parties is singular in its urgency and direct impact on individuals in a modern society. 

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OU Law Professor Katheleen Guzman is awarded an Oklahoma Medal for Excellence!

Katheleen R. Guzman, the Earl Sneed Centennial Professor of Law and MAPCO/Williams Presidential Professor of Law is this year’s winner of the Medal for Excellence in Teaching at a Research University.  “The energy she gives to students is significant and radiates in all that she does,” said College of Law Dean Joseph Harroz, Jr. A law professor for more than two decades, Guzman said she sets high expectations for her students, with the ultimate goal of teaching students how to teach themselves. “I demand daily written briefs and lower grades for inadequate preparation,” Guzman said.

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Professor Cheryl Wattley Honored by The DaVinci Institute

Congrats to Professor and OU Legal Clinic Director Cheryl Wattley, who recently received a creativity award and was named a Fellow of The DaVinci Institute. Wattley and other 2013 DaVinci award winners were honored at a March 29 banquet at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City.

The DaVinci Institute is a unique private partnership of leaders in higher education across the state of Oklahoma. The organization's goal is to nurture the Arts, Sciences, Humanities, and Education in Oklahoma as these fields undergo transformations in the twenty-first century.

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OU Law Ranked in Top 15 Percent Best Law Schools Nationwide

The University of Oklahoma College of Law has been recognized in the top 15 percent of “Best Law Schools” in the country by National Jurist magazine. National Jurist staff created the list as an alternative to the the U.S. News and World Report’s annual law schools ranking by focusing “on what students find most important – quality teaching, cost efficiency, and post-graduate success.”

To read the article, click here.

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Four Students Graduate from Interdisciplinary Training Program on Child Abuse and Neglect

On Thursday, April 26, the Interdisciplinary Training Program on Child Abuse and Neglect held its graduation ceremony in Oklahoma City at the Health Sciences Center.  Four of our OU Law students received their certificates for completing this rigorous program:  Nicollette Brandt, Courtney Bucklin, Allyson Dow, and Kristin Fisher. In addition, Courtney Bucklin earned the Outstanding Student Award, the first OU Law student to do so in 8 years.

Congratulations to all the students on their achievements!

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