Rebecca K. Hamrin, Associate Director of Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs and Office of Career Development, has been appointed to the Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission as an At-Large Member.
Hamrin’s term is effective immediately and will expire Aug. 31, 2019.
The Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission was established in 2014 by the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The seven-member commission is responsible for producing a statewide strategic plan for improving the delivery of civil legal services to low-income Oklahomans. Additionally, the commission is charged with increasing resources and funding and reducing the barriers to the justice system.
At OU Law, Hamrin leads the college’s pro bono programs and public service initiatives.
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