Armando Melendez is a 2L at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. In 2016, he graduated with a B.A. in Criminology. He is a member of OU Law’s arbitration competition team, where his team won the regional championship and will be competing for a national title. His passions include lobbying for criminal justice reform and working to eliminate stigma surrounding mental health through community engagement. After law school, he plans to apply to work within the intelligence community.
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