Benjamin Frizzell graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Political Science. While receiving OSU Honors College’s General Honors Award, Ben was involved in various on-campus leadership positions for organizations such as Blue Key Honor Society. Ben also participated in off-campus activities within his fraternity and community organizations, as well as spent several summers in Washington, D.C. as a congressional summer intern in Oklahoma’s First District Office and as the American Studies Intern at the Heritage Foundation.
Upon graduating from OSU, Ben went to work for Cimarex Energy Co.’s land department and one of the state’s oldest law firms, Moyers Martin, LLP, for over two years. Ben is now working towards his goal of public service through the law, just like his grandfather and father.
Since beginning law school, Ben has been recognized on the Dean’s List and serves as President of the Federalist Society. During his 1L summer, Ben completed Marine Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant. This past summer, Ben interned at the First Liberty Institute in Plano, Texas, the largest law firm in the nation dedicated exclusively to protecting religious liberty for all Americans. He is currently working as a legal intern at the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals and upon graduating, will fulfill his service requirement as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps.