Resource Editor: Jacob Uhler

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2015-2016 Law Review Board of Editors


Resource Editor: Jacob E. Uhler


IMG_3067Jacob Uhler is a third-year law student at Oklahoma City University School of Law and the currently serves as a Resource Editor for the Oklahoma City University Law Review. This summer he is clerking for Tolbert, Beadle & Musgrave in Springfield, Missouri. Last summer, Jacob was a Dean’s Fellow and participated in the Federal Practice Clinic under United States Attorney Barry Grissom as an intern at the Office of the United States Attorney, District of Kansas. In addition to his work as a Resource Editor, Jacob is a Merit Scholar, member of the Federal Bar Association, member of Phi Delta Phi Hand Inn, member of American Bar Association Student Division, member of Oklahoma City University’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Group serving as the Vice President for one term, and a law student member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ).

As a member of AAJ, Jacob competes each spring in the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition. Jacob has represented Oklahoma City University School of Law in mock trial competitions in Brooklyn, New York and Omaha, Nebraska.

Jacob attended Missouri State University where he majored in finance with a real estate option. While attending Missouri State, Jacob was selected to the Emerging Leaders program and served as the Vice President of Sigma Pi. After graduation, he managed a fine dining restaurant in Springfield, Missouri.

In large part, Jacob owes his law school success to his best friend and partner Erica Jenkins. She stays positive and supports him through the long nights and weekends in the law review office and the library. Outside of law school, Jacob enjoys to cook and to play music, though he does not profess to do either very well. After graduation, Jacob plans to practice civil litigation and use his writing skills and mock trial experience to fight for justice in the courtroom and in the community.

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