Kale Parker received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Oklahoma. After completing his undergraduate studies, he enrolled at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. For his performance in the 1L Moot Court Competition, Kale was recognized as a Cole Adwon Scholar. He is in his final year of law school and currently serves as the Executive Articles Editor of the Oklahoma Law Review.
Before working with CAIR Oklahoma, Kale served as a legislative intern with Representative Forrest Bennett and as a legal intern with the ACLU of Oklahoma. With Representative Bennett, Kale analyzed proposed bills, researched economic policy outcomes, and processed constituent survey data. At the ACLU, Kale assisted the staff of the Legal Department by performing legal research, writing memoranda, and reviewing legislative policy. As a legal intern, Kale gained valuable knowledge about civil rights litigation and First Amendment issues.
Kale is excited to continue serving the public interest by working with CAIR Oklahoma. He is ready to use his knowledge of the law to ensure that Oklahoma Muslims have the opportunities to exercise their civil rights and liberties.