Marines encouraging law students to serve their country

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OKLAHOMA CITY — OCU law school welcomed the Marines today.

Armed forces spoke to current and former students about serving their country.

They say the skill set that law students possess would greatly benefit the Marines. So the Marines are encouraging current and former law students to use their talents while serving.

“The Marine Corps has placed a high importance on looking for law students. It’s something that we haven’t really been in the market in the past couple of years and we realize the caliber of student now that’s going through law school,” Captain Spencer Marsinek, with the US. Marine Corps said.

The Marine Corps was proud to have Major Merrill speak with students Thursday.

Merrill graduated from Harvard Law while serving in the Marines.

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