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Students Toast “Back to School” at Oxford-Style Pub Night

During the first week of the second semester, OU Law students gathered with faculty and staff at Amicus Café for a fun evening fashioned after the Oxford Summer Program’s pub nights. The event, co-hosted by the Student Services Office and the Oxford Summer Program, provided a great opportunity for students to celebrate the new semester and catch up after the holiday break.

 

 

 

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Student Acquires Valuable Experience from Internship in Prosecutor’s Office

This summer, I gained experience interning at the Travis County District Attorney’s Office. I was assigned to the family violence division. The caseload consisted of all misdemeanor domestic assaults, terroristic threats, and violations of protective orders. My work there has provided me the opportunity to prepare motions, conduct legal research and receive actual courtroom experience. I performed multiple non-jury trials, questioned witnesses, admitted evidence, and argued law. I discussed cases with victims and analyzed jail calls. I subpoenaed and prepared cases for trial.

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Internship Experience Shapes Student’s Career Plans

This summer, I had the opportunity to work at the Office of the Attorney General of Texas in the child support division, and it was a wonderful experience. I worked closely with the legal team, learning the ins and outs of child support and the IV-D courts. Every Wednesday, our office had a docket of around 75 cases, and I was in charge of preparing all of the cases for the docket. I spent a good portion of my internship observing, both in court and in the office. This was the most valuable part of the entire experience.

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