Oklahoma City University Law Review

Articles Editor: Christopher Calvert


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Chris Calvert is a third-year law student and serves as the Articles Editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. He is a Dean’s Scholar, Licensed Legal Intern, and member of OCU’s Texas Young Lawyers Association Trial Advocacy Team. His primary focus is mediation with additional interests in both Family Law and Juvenile Law. He was selected to represent OCU in the OUHSC’s Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect, a two-semester program providing specialized training in the field of child abuse and neglect. He enjoys teaching and has served as an OCU Academic Fellow.

Mr. Calvert is a volunteer mediator for the Oklahoma Early Settlement program. For the last three years he has mediated the Juvenile Deprived Docket of Cleveland County Associate District Judge Stephen Bonner. He has also served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate.

He has previously earned four college degrees, including MS degrees in both Meteorology and Computer Science from the University of Oklahoma, a BS degree in Meteorology also from the University of Oklahoma, and a BS in Geography from Jacksonville (Ala.) State University.

Prior to entering law school, Mr. Calvert enjoyed a thirteen-year career as both a meteorologist and software engineer at the National Weather Service’s Radar Operations Center in Norman. His early work experience included a two-year stint as an on-air weatherman for a TV station.

Mr. Calvert is an avid gardener and amateur welder. He was born and raised in Alabama and is a devoted follower of his Crimson Tide.

  • Children and the Law
  • Civil Procedure II
  • Legal Research and Writing I
  • Legal Research and Writing II

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