Law Students for Africa and the International Law Student Association teamed up recently for a fun day at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Our goal this year is to expose our international students to as much as possible, not just within the school, but also throughout the state. We want them to experience Oklahoma in every aspect. Additionally, we planned this outing to talk about the mission of Law Students for Africa in an informal and relaxed setting. We discussed several things that we hope to accomplish this year as a group as well as what we hope to achieve long term in the future.
We were lucky enough to have Professor Gensler, our faculty advisor, come with us on the trip so that he could meet the new international students as well as continue to work closely with the student board of LSFA.
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