Abigael Hood, 3L

I grew up in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and I went to Oklahoma State University, where I earned a degree in Business Management, with a minor in Human Resources and Sports Management. I decided to come to OCU Law because of the people I met and interacted with when I visited and toured the school. The atmosphere, the people, and the school’s reputation gave me this feeling that OCU Law was better than anywhere else I was looking.

Here at OCU, I have been involved in a variety of organizations including Vice President of the Law Class of 2020 for two consecutive years, Vice President of the Student Bar Association for the 2018-2019 academic year, current President of the Law Class of 2020, and current President of the Student Bar Association. Through these roles, I have exposed myself to many networking opportunities and friendships that I know will last throughout my legal career. I am also a member of the Oklahoma City University Law Review, a member of the Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity, a student-member of The Holloway Inn of Court, and an Admissions Ambassador. I am currently a student intern at the Oklahoma Supreme Court, and last summer, I was an intern for an estate planning firm located in Edmond. OCU Law is near and dear to my heart, and so are the people. Choosing OCU means not only choosing the best education for you but also choosing a family that will last throughout the rest of your life.