Then more became clear: The February evening he went missing, Messerschmitt had texted his wife saying he’d be home soon; hotel surveillance video showed a mysterious figure climbing a staircase toward his room; court records revealed Messerschmitt, 30, had posted on Craigslist seeking sex with men; police thought he was targeted in a robbery that went bad. “In this day and age, you never really know who you’re meeting,” Smith said.Smith and West took safeguards when they connected through a dating app, including exchanging photos, asking questions and meeting in a public place the first time they got together.Fewer than 5 percent appeared to have photographs of the poster’s face, and fewer still included a name for the poster.For predators, the calculation is simple: If someone doesn’t want to show an identity online, he will be less likely to report an assault or robbery.For the past three and a half weeks, all 1L OU Law students participated in the 1L Moot Court Competition.The annual competition is sponsored by the OU Law Board of Advocates. A University of Oklahoma College of Law student, Aaron L.
On Thursday, the Washington area Craigslist page displayed more than 850 ads for men seeking men in its “casual encounters” section.
At OU Law, we don't believe the classroom is a limitation to the learning experience.
Whether in a clinic or on a different continent, our experiential learning opportunities prepare students to dive deeper. The school provides students with countless opportunities to involve themselves with the local community.
Ranging from student pro bono pledges, community service organizations, and the legal clinics, students can become involved with the community as early as they desire.” -Simon Bright, Class of 2017 This summer, two University of Oklahoma College of Law students are working for Rural Summer Legal Corps .
Rising 3L students Tyler Akers and Maggie Moon are serving at Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma...