NORMAN, Okla. – Sarah Simpson (’22) will work as an associate in the Intellectual Property group at Crowe & Dunlevy after graduation and said that the OU College of Law was instrumental in helping prepare her for this next step.
“OU Law does a great job of helping students to hone practical skills, as well as learn course concepts,” Simpson said. “My OU Law externship placement, in particular, has also given me hands-on experience in work related to the area of law in which I am interested in practicing.”
Simpson said that OU Law has everything that a law student needs to be successful and prepared for life after law school.
“OU Law cultivates the top three qualities of a good law school: quality of education; a warm, supportive community; and affordability,” Simpson explained.” Students have many resources to explore their areas of interest and learn, among many other things, how to effectively use technology in law—a valuable skillset in the modern legal profession.”
OU Law uses its quality of education and supportive community to prepare its students for successful a successful life outside of law school.
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