Public Interest Law Group

Please join PILG for our last meeting of the semester:

Thursday, November 10th at 1pm in Room 501

We will briefly recap the Equal Justice Works Conference, volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House and discussing upcoming events for next semester

Food will be provided, so come hungry!

Family Law/PILG Volunteer Opportunity: Ronald McDonald House

Help us serve families in their time of need, Join Family Law Association and P.I.L.G. at Ronald McDonald House This Friday, 11/4

Meet in the North parking lot at 4:45.

Cute kids, yummy cookies, and the chance to give back is just what you need as the semester gets stressful.

Carpooling is available. We are normally finished by 7pm but you can come and go as you need.

This qualifies as Pro Bono hours.

PILG/Family Law Volunteer Night at Ronald McDonald House

Join P.I.L.G. and Family Law Association as we cook & serve dinner at Ronald McDonald House

Friday, October 28th

Meet in the north parking lot at 4:45pm.


Carpooling is available. We are normally finished by 7pm but you can come and go as you need.

This qualifies as Pro Bono hours.

PILG meeting

Please join PILG for our second meeting of the semester: Monday, October 24th at 1pm in Room 502

We will briefly be discussing our upcoming guest chef volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House this Friday, re-capping our Week of Service, and discuss other upcoming events.

Trader Joe’s Mandarin Orange Chicken will be served, so come hungry!

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

PILG Week of Service

Week Of Service… volunteer… intern… job!

Law School is only three short years. So make the most of it by gaining experience early. And the best place for students to gain experience is in the public interest sector. The volunteer positions you can secure for this summer will propel you into that stellar position you want the summer before you graduate. Plus, volunteering in the public sector gives back to the community in tremendous ways.

So how do you find these positions? The Public Interest Law Group has many volunteer opportunities in all areas of law; civil, criminal, family, local, state, federal, and many other special interest areas. PILG’s annual Week of Service is the best way to test out these legal entities and see where you might be interested in seeking a summer position. “Week of Service” also helps to highlight and support the Dean’s Summer Public Interest and Pro Bono Fellowships, which are awarded to qualified students pursuing practical, meaningful experiences working in the public interest field during the summer.

***All hours logged during the Week of Service will count towards the 150 needed to receive a special chord for graduation. You can also include any hours that you volunteer at other non-WOS site organizations. Be sure to log any service hours you complete in Symplicity!***

To Sign-up visit:

PILG Parking Spot Auction

Tired of fighting for a parking spot? Want your own reserved spot? Well PILG has the answer for you! We will be auctioning off our parking spot located in the first row of the North Parking Lot. The auction opens this Monday October 3rd at 7:00 am and closes Friday October 7th at 5:00 pm. The winner of the auction can begin using the spot after the auction closes and they are notified by PILG.

**Note** The fall auction winner has the spot until January 15th.


To participate visit: 

PILG meeting

Please join PILG for our first meeting

Today Tuesday, September 6th at 1pm in Room 502

We will have a GUEST SPEAKER to discuss our partnership with the Positive Directions Mentorship program. Students will have a chance to sign up to be a mentor at the Stanley Hupfeld Academy. We will discuss the criteria for the Sonya L. Patterson Commitment to Public Interest Award, the only organizational award designated for a 1L. We will announce the upcoming and scheduled volunteer opportunities and events that we have for the academic year. We will also elect 2 SBA Reps for the upcoming year.

Lunch will be provided, so come hungry!