Phi Alpha Delta meeting

Please join us for our first PHI ALPHA DELTA Meeting of the semester.

THIS MEETING WILL BE FILLED WITH INFORMATION

You won’t want to miss out.

WE WILL BE PROVIDING INFORMATION REGARDING OUR UPCOMING EVENTS INCLUDING OUR ALUMNI DINNER

We hope to see you there! 

Thursday, February 2nd, room 502 @ 4:45pm

Food will be provided

Phi Alpha Delta Meeting

Last meeting of the fall semester! We’ll be meeting in room 502. Chick-Fil-A will be provided.

We will be voting in a faculty advisor and discussing spring events

Phi Alpha Delta “Bar Review”

Our last “bar” review of the semester..come socialize before the stress of finals!

Edna’s

8:00 p.m.

Never leave drinks unattended or accept open drinks from others.
If you suspect that you or one of your friends has been slipped a date-rape drug or has been assaulted, immediately seek medical attention (Yes) and contact law enforcement. It is the victim’s decision to contact law enforcement in the event of an attempted or completed sexual assault. It is important that the victim seek medical attention and be provided resources for mental health and victim support.
Victims of sexual assault may make confidential reports to the YMCA, Safeline, licensed mental health professionals, or clergy acting in their professional capacity. Under Title IX, Oklahoma City University has specific obligations when it becomes aware of attempted or completed sexual assault of its students. If a faculty or staff member becomes aware of attempted or completed sexual assault of an OCU student on campus or at an off-campus University affiliated event, they MUST report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator.
The University will respond immediately to ensure the student is not subject to further harassment and the assault is investigated, prevent its reoccurrence, and address its effects. Because a Title IX investigation is different from a law enforcement investigation, even if a police report is filed, the University is independently required to investigate the assault.
The University’s Title IX Coordinator is Joey Croslin. Visit OCU’s Title IX resource page http://www.okcu.edu/hr/titleIX/ for more information about your rights under Title IX and resources for victims of sexual assault.
Date-rape drugs impair the victim’s decision-making skills, are usually used in order to aid in physical and sexual assaults, and could result in death.
Also, if you believe that you have been given a date-rape drug or have been assaulted, report this incident to any officer of the hosting organization, to the Risk Management Committee. You may report the incident to an officer of the organization hosting the event or a member of the organization’s risk management committee; however, these individuals are required to report the incident to the University’s Title IX coordinator.
Giving someone a date-rape drug is a criminal offense and a serious threat to the safety of OCU LAW students.
It is imperative that all incidents be reported in order to prevent this from happening in the future. The University encourages students to report any incident of attempted or completed sexual assault to the University’s Title IX coordinator or a responsible employee. Our primary concern is the safety of our students and that the victim is provided immediate medical attention and mental health and victim support resources. Additionally, the University takes very seriously its responsibility under Title IX to investigate the assault, prevent reoccurrence, and address its effects.
All incident reports will be confidential unless legal action is necessary. The University respects the confidentiality of victims of sexual assault; however, while the University will take great care to keep information about the victim confidential at the victim’s request, it cannot guarantee confidentiality. See more about confidentiality in the University’s Policy Concerning Actions that Constitute Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Violence, and/or Retaliation.

Safe Spook 2016

Please join us for the “OCU Law Safe Spook” on October 30, 2016 from 2:00-4:00 pm at our beautiful Homsey Plaza! It’s absolutely FREE and it’s sure to be a fun time for the whole family!! Bring your kiddos or your friends’ kiddos or whomever loves Halloween! We’re going to have games, face painting, food trucks, costume contest (with prizes) and other random fun going on!

Phi Alpha Delta meeting

Please join us for a PHI ALPHA DELTA Meeting

We will be electing a second SBA representative!

PLEASE COME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RUNNING FOR SBA REP. If you are interested in running but not able to make it to the meeting please send me an email with a short statement about yourself and why you are running.

WE WILL BE PROVIDING INFORMATION REGARDING OUR UPCOMING EVENTS INCLUDING OUR SAFE SPOOK!

We hope to see you there! 

Thursday, October 20th room 510 @ 5pm

We will be serving Buffalo Wild Wings! 

OCCJ Coalition Five Part Series on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion

The OCCJ Coalition is Proud to Announce:A Five-­‐Part Series on Diversity, Equality, & Inclusion

Please join the Student Bar Association Executive Board Thursday, October 20th at 1:00 pm for the second part of our series on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion presented by the OCCJ Coalition. These presentations are designed to stimulate discussion amongst students and provide training on
diversity, equality, and inclusion. By attending this event, students will learn how to better represent future clients, while also helping eliminate bias,
bigotry, and racism in Oklahoma.
*Certificate of Completion Program: Students who attend 75% (3 out of 4) OCCJ Presentations shall receive a Certificate of Completion.
The OCCJ Coalition is made up of the following organizations:
• The Oklahoma Center for Community & Justice
• The OCU Law Chapter of the American Bar Association
• John E. Greene Black Law Students Association
• Native American Law Students Association
• Organization for Advancement of Women in the Law
• Poverty Law Group
• Phi Alpha Delta
• Catholic Law Student Association
• Student Bar Association Executive Board
• Public Interest Law Group

Phi Alpha Delta meeting

Don’t forget to join us for our first meeting of the Year!

 Thursday September 15th. Room 501 @ 5:00

We will be discussing Phi Alpha Delta initiation and our upcoming events.

We will also elect an SBA representative.

We had an amazing turn out for our Back to School Bash and there are several more “Bar” Reviews ahead!

Food will be provided so come hungry.