Cedric C. M. Bond is a Dean’s Scholar at the Oklahoma City University School of Law and is the Editor in Chief of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Originally from Tacoma, Washington, Mr. Bond moved to Oklahoma in 2010 on a scholarship from Oklahoma City University for Sprint Kayaking. A five-time individual national champion, Mr. Bond qualified for the U.S. National Team in 2011 and represented the United States at the World Championships in Szeged, Hungary. He graduated in 2014 with a History degree and was recognized as a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact and the Oklahoma Board of Regents.
As a 2L member of the Law Review, Mr. Bond received the Award for Excellence in Technical Editing. As a 1L, Mr. Bond and his teammate won the annual OCU Moot Court competition. For two years, Mr. Bond served as the president of the Federal Bar Association Student Division and organized two separate week-long civics and mock trial programs with Gatewood Elementary School, the FBA, and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Also while a student, he served as research assistant to OCU President Robert H. Henry and interned with the Honorable Noma D. Gurich of the Oklahoma Supreme Court and was a summer associate with the law firms McAfee & Taft and Phillips Murrah. Mr. Bond is especially grateful to the love of his life, Ashley Fay, who has sustained and encouraged him throughout all these endeavors.
Upon graduation, Mr. Bond will serve as a term staff attorney for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Staff Attorney’s Office in St. Louis, Missouri.
- Antitrust I
- Consumer Bankruptcy
- Criminal Law
- Legal Profession
- Legal Research and Writing I
- Legal Rsearch and Writing II
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