Sarah Todd, 2L

I grew up in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma, a small town south of Oklahoma City. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma City University in Political Science, with minors in Philosophy and History. While in undergrad, I had the opportunity to participate in many extracurricular activities that pushed me towards acquiring a law degree.  The optimal location to downtown, the legal scene, and many of OKC’s vibrant districts played a major role in my decision to attend OCU Law. Currently, I a member of the Federalist Society, the International Law Society, and a member of the New York Bar National Moot Court Competition team. These organizations have provided me with great opportunities for my legal career, as well as meeting new friends.  


The law admissions process can be quite intimidating, but it does not have to be tackled alone. The staff and faculty at OCU Law are all very welcoming and supportive of each student. They want to see students succeed as they go through their law school journey.  I hope to provide students a sense of comfort when going through the admissions process. I am very excited for those of you considering OCU Law, and I hope to be able to show you just how wonderful the law school experience can be!