Ta’Chelle Jones

Ta’Chelle Jones

Ta’Chelle Jones, a lifelong Okie, graduated from the University of Oklahoma (OU) with a B.A. in Journalism in 2012. After working in educational policy, she returned to OU to earn a Master’s in Human Relations with an emphasis in Human Resource Development. There, she was presented the PACE award, inducted into the President’s Leadership Class, and selected as a Henderson Scholar.

Throughout her years at OU, she served as a Gaylord Ambassador for the College of Journalism, President of the National Association of Black Journalists (OU Chapter), Diversity Enrichment Program Intern for the Office of Admissions, and Treasurer for the Kappa Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Before law school, she worked as a human resources business partner in the education and insurance industries. She most recently worked at Crawford & Company, the world’s largest independent claims management firm.

During her first year of law school, Ta’Chelle won the 1L Moot Court Competition. Since then, she’s consistently made the Dean’s List and Faculty Honor Roll and earned multiple CALI Awards of Excellence. She’s interned with Ogletree Deakins and Norton Rose Fulbright as well as the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals under the Honorable Judge Scott Rowland.

Currently, Ta’Chelle is President of the John E. Green Black Law Students Association and Executive Editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review, while serving as a member of the Law School Student Advisory Board and the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Team. Following graduation, she will join Norton Rose Fulbright as a litigation associate.