Dr. Valerie Couch, dean of the OCU School of Law, is stepping down after five years.
TheatreOCU presents “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.” The play takes place in a space between Heaven and Hell with no set time.
OCU President Robert Henry, Dean Valerie Couch, and Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett cut the ribbon at the new downtown location of OCU’s Law School on March 27. The ribbon-cutting concluded a week of “Grand Opening” festivities. Photo: Ali Wonderly
The School of Law announced a new program in homeland security on Tuesday, Nov. 18. The program is titled the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law and Policy.
The law school is on schedule to move to their downtown location, 800 N. Harvey, in December of 2014.The move was approved in October 2012, and the school is on schedule with their original plan of moving to their new location in 2014.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor visited OCU yesterday for an hour-long session with law students, law faculty, and other members of the OCU community. Law professors and President Robert Henry asked Sotomayor questions, which she elaborated on. Sotomayor began her presentation by discussing her Puerto Rican heritage, and the encouragement of her parents while she…
By Susannah Waite Oklahoma City University is a liberal arts university that offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees. The private college is listed as a Top 25 school in U.S. News and World Report rankings of Best Regional University and in America’s Best Christian Colleges.
By Susannah Waite Many students at OCU have to learn to balance schoolwork and extracurricular activities. This semester, Sean McDivitt, second year law student, balanced law school and appropriations chairman of Student Senate. McDivitt said it has been difficult balancing law school with Student Senate responsibilities, but he enjoys it. “My best friends became my iPad,…