Juris Doctor Candidate 2010
Jared Burden, a third-year law student from Midland, Texas, was recognized as the 2009 Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Student at the TU College of Law.
Burden currently serves as editor-in-chief of the Tulsa Law Review and is a member of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. His article, “Bursting Bubbles: Participations, Derivatives, and the Roles They Play in Creating Banking Crises,” has been selected for publication in Volume 45 of the Tulsa Law Review. He also received the John Hager Award for Excellence in Torts; the Kenneth L. Brune Award for Evidence; the Gable & Gotwals Outstanding Student Award; the George and Jean Price Award for Legal Reasoning, Authorities, and Writing; and Computer Assisted Legal Instruction awards in Contracts, Torts, Reasoning and Writing I and II, Evidence and Professional Responsibility.
After graduation, Burden will join the Tulsa office of McAfee & Taft