My name is Jasmine House and I am from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Oklahoma has been my home for over 20 years. I graduated from Oklahoma State University earning a B.S. In Philosophy with an emphasis in Pre-Law. I discovered my aspiration to become an attorney in my senior year of high school. Currently I am an intern at the Juvenile Division of the Oklahoma Country Public Defenders Office. Although I am unsure of exactly what area of law I would like to practice after graduating and passing the BAR, I know with great certainty the rest of my time at OCU Law will be spent leaning the necessary skills in order to do whatever my heart desires.
I am involved in a number of different organizations here at OCU. I am a SBA representative for Oklahoma Lawyers for Children, a member of Fighting for the Innocent through Exoneration (F.I.T.E.), and I am also the Historian and Social Media Representative for Black Law Student Association (BALSA). Oklahoma City University of Law was the perfect fit for me; I am so glad I decided to come to this university to pursue my legal education. One of my favorite amenities that OCU has to offer is its location and proximity to the downtown Area of Oklahoma City. This university has provided me with so many resources, and the faculty and administration here are devoted to aiding the students in becoming the best future attorney’s that we possibly can be.