Holly Randall graduated summa cum laude, cum honore from Oklahoma City University with B.A. degrees in Political Science and Spanish and a minor in philosophy. At graduation, she was awarded the bronze University Letzeiser medal for finishing with the third-highest GPA in the Class of 2018. During her time at OCU, she was recognized as a member of the President’s Honor Roll, the Dean’s List, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, the University’s honors program, and the President’s Leadership Class.
As a member of the OCU Women’s Volleyball team, Holly was inducted into Chi Sigma Alpha, designated as an NAIA Scholar-Athlete, and named the program’s first Academic All-American. In addition to athletics, she participated in the Student Government Association serving as a Senator, Executive Chief of Staff, and Student Body Vice President. Through her work with Oklahoma City Public Schools as a volunteer English tutor for Spanish-speaking students, she earned a service-learning distinction at graduation.
In her first year of law school, Holly made the Faculty Honor Roll and the Dean’s List. She spent her summer working in Plano, Texas at the First Liberty Institute, a firm dedicated to defending religious freedom for all Americans. Currently in her second year of law school, Holly works as an Academic Fellow, serves as an officer of the Federalist Society, and is a member of the Federal Bar Association and the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Next summer, Holly is looking forward to interning with Spencer Fane in Oklahoma City.