Jacob Black is a rising 2L at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. In 2013, he graduated from The University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in Letters with a concentration in Constitutional Studies. He volunteered as a forum moderator at the 9th International Forum for Law Students at Renmin University Law School in Beijing, China, and he will join the Oklahoma Law Review as a candidate and the Board of Advocates as a Problem Writing Assistant during his 2L year. He is passionate about vigorous advocacy on behalf of the economically and socially disadvantaged. Upon graduation, Jacob hopes to pursue a Federal clerkship. Ultimately, he hopes to work on policy at a national level to dismantle systemic issues of inequality.
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