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TU Law announces new assistant dean of online legal education

Jessie Pierre-Jack - NewsJessie Pierre-Jack joins The University of Tulsa College of Law as the Assistant Dean of Online Legal Education. In this position, Ms. Pierre-Jack oversees and implements the College of Law’s online legal education strategy for the Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL) and the Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law (MJEL) programs, including marketing, admissions, enrollment and course of study, graduation, and alumni relations.

Ms. Pierre-Jack earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from George Washington University and her Juris Doctor from Hofstra University Law School with a concentration in Corporate and Commercial Law. Following law school and immediately prior to joining TU Law, She practiced in the areas of energy law, corporate governance, and commercial law as an in-house attorney for The Williams Companies, Inc., and she has been admitted to the bar in New Jersey and Oklahoma. An active member of the Tulsa community, Ms. Pierre-Jack serves in a leadership role with The Pipeline Plus Legal Diversity Program and sits on the board of Tulsa Lawyers for Children.