Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina
Undergraduate institution: The University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Undergraduate program: I majored in sociology with a concentration in criminology. I minored in psychology.
Law school activities: I’m a Student Ambassador and a member of OutLaws, the Black Law Student Association, and the Immigration Law Society.
Professional Experience (internships or externships/commutation project/etc): I was a MLK (Martin Luther King) Intern for the Legal Aid of North Carolina doing family law and housing research this past summer and have worked as a summer extern for The Demand Project.
Why I chose TU Law: I chose TU Law because everyone wants to see you succeed. The environment is filled with friendly faces and support, and there will always be someone to encourage you when you need it.
Hometown: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Undergraduate institution: The University of Tulsa
Undergraduate program: Biochemistry; Minor in Chemistry
Law school activities: I am the Energy Law Journal Managing Editor, Tech Law Society Treasurer, and a Federalist Society Member.
Professional Experience (internships or externships/commutation project/etc): I have worked as a Summer Associate for Rhodes, Hieronymus, Jones, Tucker, & Gable PLLC; Head, Johnson, Kachigian, & Wilkinson, PC (Intellectual Property Law Firm); Richards & Connor; and Rodolf & Todd.
Why I chose TU Law: I chose The University of Tulsa College of Law because of its small, hometown atmosphere and its many opportunities. As an undergraduate, I had the chance to get to know my professors and they me. I felt like that made my educational experience more meaningful, and I wanted that same opportunity during law school. I also liked that the college of law has several students of various ages and backgrounds.
Hometown: Fayetteville, Georgia
Undergraduate Institution: Mercer University
Undergraduate Program: Political Science, Economics, and Philosophy
Law School Activities: Treasurer of Business Law Society, Women’s Law Caucus Member, and Federal Bar Association Member
Professional Experience: I worked as a summer extern at TTCU Federal Credit Union. I am currently working as a law clerk at Sterling Oaks Law Firm and extern at Skillern Law Firm.
Why You Chose TU Law: I chose TU Law for its premier reputation, and the commandery of the TU community that strives for academic excellence.
Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas
Undergraduate Institution: The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Undergraduate Program: Political Science; Minors in International Studies and Communication Studies
Law School Activities: Vice President of the Business Law Society & Member of the Women’s Law Caucus
Professional Experience: I served as an Intern with Congresswoman Sharice Davids and as a Corporate Legal Intern with the Department of Legal Affairs at T-Mobile.
Why You Chose TU Law: I chose TU Law because I love the small community here. I can get to know everyone and have the opportunity to network with attorneys and staff on a more personal level. The staff and students are also very wholesome and welcoming, which makes my experience here at TU a very special one.
Hometown: Prosper, TX
Undergraduate Institution: Texas Tech University
Undergraduate Program: Rawls College of Business – Bachelor of Business Management (Concentration – Marketing)
Law School Activities: I am the Social Media Coordinator of the Women’s Law Caucus; Vice President of Law Fam; and Director of the Board of Advocates.
Professional Experience: Oklahoma Family Law Practice Manual – Contributor/Author; Intern: KAJones Law, PLLC (Family Law); Intern: DA’s Office – Juvenile Bureau; & Extern: DA’s Office – Spring 2024
Why You Chose TU Law: I chose TU Law as it was the best fit for my law school journey. As my time here has continued, I have found favorite aspects that make my time that at TU enjoyable. The relationships that the students have with faculty continues to be one of my favorite parts of the TU Law community. There are also continuous opportunities for the students to meet attorneys from the Tulsa legal community whether it is planned by the school or from the student organizations.