James C. Lang Mentoring Award
In well-deserved recognition of his leadership in the Tulsa legal community and his mentorship to numerous attorneys, law students and future law students, the Tulsa County Bar Association has awarded Kevinn Mathews the James C. Lang Mentoring Award. Kevinn embodies the best values of professionalism, mentorship and giving back to the community. From his charitable work, to his service to the TCBA, to his work on behalf of The University of Tulsa College of Law, Kevinn stands out.
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Kevinn regularly credits those individuals who have mentored him and he has made a commitment to share with others what has been shared with him. A 1998 graduate of Tulsa Law, Kevinn served as President of the TU Law Alumni Board of Directors from 2016 to 2017. The focus of his presidency was mentorship to law students and recent graduates. As President of the TU Law Alumni Board, Kevinn set the tone and spearheaded activities for students that would connect students with other attorneys and open up mentorship opportunities. Kevinn is passionate about opening doors for students and answering questions about how to succeed as a lawyer. For a number of years, Kevinn has presented programs to 1L students during the Deanâ€™s Seminar. In his presentation, Kevinn offers students suggestions and insights about networking, communicating and connecting with professionals in the legal community. For many law students, meeting and talking with a lawyer or a judge seems incredibly intimidating. Kevinnâ€™s presentation puts students at ease and shows them how important it is for students, even