The University of Oklahoma College of Law will honor Gregory L. Mahaffey, shareholder and president of the Oklahoma City law firm Mahaffey & Gore, P.C., with the Eugene Kuntz Award at the Oklahoma Oil and Gas Reception Nov. 16.
The United States Senate today confirmed Scott Palk, Assistant Dean of Students for the University of Oklahoma College of Law, to the federal bench to serve as a U.S. district court judge for the Western District of Oklahoma.
Noted legal history scholar Ross E. Davies will present “Five Little Lessons in Lawyering from Thurgood Marshall” as the keynote speaker of the 2017 Henry Lecture Series, set for noon Monday, Oct. 23, in the Dick Bell Courtroom at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
The University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Herman G. Kaiser Chair in International Law, Evelyn Aswad, recently received the World Experiences Foundation’s 2017 Global Citizen in Law and Politics Award at the foundation’s annual gala.
Liesa Richter, William J. Alley Professor of Law, has been elected to The American Law Institute (ALI). The new class includes 58 members who bring a wide range of perspectives and areas of expertise...
This month, the University of Oklahoma College of Law celebrated the Class of 2017’s graduation, marking the first year an OU Law class collectively completed the school’s Digital Initiative programming, and making the college the first law school in the nation to do so.
As the first law school in the nation to launch a digital initiative, OU Law is pioneering the future of legal education. Now, the novelty and success of the college’s Digital Initiative is turning heads throughout the profession.
This week, 36 OU Law students participated in the Calvert Moot Court Competition. Competitors included 2L and 3L students who researched a case currently before the Supreme Court ( Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado ) and presented oral arguments before tournament judges.
Recent alumni of OU College of Law international law courses Rebeca West (OU ’16), Katherine Trent (OCU ’16), and current OU J.D./MBA candidate Dan Sloat successfully initiated the creation of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s new International Law Section.