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.
Brannan, John C. III
Earley, Charles A
Easley, Kevin Alan Jr.
Eghbal, Shahin (Shane)
Hayes, Mark A. Jr.
Irwinsky, Mallory J.
Kistler, Lindsay N.
McGrew, Robert M.
Osborn, Austin Thomas
Radwan, Zayna A.
Taylor, Emily M.
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