Students selected to serve on Public Interest Law Board Executive Council

Tuesday, April 30, 2013


(From left: Alex Temple, Stefanie Sinclair, Jill Jamaleddine, Chynna Smith, Harrison Garlick, Hillary Hellman)

Six TU College of Law students have been selected to serve on the executive council for the newly formed Public Interest Law Board.  Hillary Hellman will serve as President, and Harrison Garlick will serve as Vice President.

Public Service Program:
The University of Tulsa College of Law strives to instill the desire to provide public service in law students by having a formal voluntary public service program. Our program is voluntary to mirror both the American Bar Association's Rule 6.1 and the ideals behind the Oklahoma Bar Association's notion that a lawyer has a responsibility to the public.