Kedric Kitchens, 2L

I have moved around a lot in my life, and am never sure where I am “from,” but I typically claim Norman, OK. I got my undergraduate degree in Literature from Utah Valley University and worked for a year in digital marketing before deciding my path was in the law. Because I hadn’t been planning on law school for most of my life, I had no idea where to go or where to even apply, but when I started researching, OCU quickly stood out. The law school has an excellent reputation and great scholarship opportunities that really drew me in. I was still unconvinced until I took a tour of the campus and was absolutely sold. I came to law school to be a voice for the voiceless and help make sure all people are treated like people. I am studying to be an impact litigator in Civil and Human Rights, and OCU Law is providing me with all the opportunities I need to accomplish that goal

Since coming to OCU Law, I have been able to serve as Vice President of my Class, Treasurer for Fighting for Innocence Through Exoneration, Historian for Phi Delta Phi, and an Academic Fellow for Civil Practice and Procedure. Every day I am grateful I made the choice to come to law school at OCU. The culture and environment here have fostered my talents and love for the law, and I recommend it to anyone considering attending law school.