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The Newest Members of the Class of 2017 Join OU Law for Admitted Students Day!

Anyone who has attended law school knows the months leading up to the first day can be filled with anticipation.  For 40 such students, the University of Oklahoma College of Law hosted Admitted Students Day to educate them on what their next three years will entail.  Admitted students from all over the country who have been accepted for the Class of 2017 heard from alumni, faculty, staff and current students about the OU Law experience. 
The day started with an opportunity to meet fellow classmates, deans and professors at a breakfast in the Amicus Café. 

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The Certificate in Energy Law: OU Law’s Latest Tool to Train

As the University of Oklahoma College of Law transitions into its second century, its students, faculty, and administration have joined forces in a collaborative effort to train the most well-equipped lawyers to enter the ever-changing American workforce, especially the legal field. The legal industry and private enterprise have begun demanding lawyers and employees who are well-rounded, but also specialized in the specific area in which they will work. 

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The OU Law Chapter of Phi Delta Phi Initiates 41 New Members

41 students from The University of Oklahoma College of Law are the newest members of Phi Delta Phi, an international legal fraternity celebrating academic excellence.   Academic achievement, integrity, service, and excellence are all factors given consideration when deciding which students receive invitation.  OU Law’s initiates for 2014 are listed below. 

 
Bergren, Stephen
Brannan, John C. III
Chambers, Maris
Dixon, Bryan
Dobry, Foster
Earley, Charles A
Easley, Kevin Alan Jr.
Eghbal, Shahin (Shane)
Eissenstat, Katie

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OU Law Hosts the National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court competition

Over 200 competitors and coaches from 17 states attended the National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court competition held at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.   More than 200 attorneys and judges volunteered their time to judge rounds which were held Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1st.   OU Law Professor Lindsay Robertson drafted this year’s problem.  Teams from William Mitchell and the University of Hawaii argued in the final round with Ryan McCarthy and Josh Peterson from William Mitchell coming out on top.  OU Law’s teams both performed well. 

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More than 300 Guests attend OU Law's "Tribal Sovereignty: A Global Perspective" Symposium

The University of Oklahoma College of Law, American Indian Law Review, and OU Native American Studies Department were privileged to host world-renowned speakers last week at the “Tribal Sovereignty:  A Global Perspective”  Symposium.

Hundreds of people from all over the United States filled The University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Bell Courtroom to attend the Symposium.  The keynote speaker for this event was Jose Francisco Calí Tzay (Maya Kaqchikel), Chairperson of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD). 

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