Brooke Hamilton is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from the University of Oklahoma, receiving her B.A. with distinction in History. Brooke graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2017 with distinction. While in law school, Brooke served as Articles Editor for the
American Indian Law Review and president of the Oklahoma International Law Society. Her article “Why Indigenous Peoples’ Property Rights Matter: Why the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples May Be Used to Condemn ISIS and the State of Iraq for Their Failure to Protect the Property Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the Nineveh Plains” is published in Volume XI.I of the American Indian Law Review. Brooke was named the Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Senior Law Student, was a member of Phi Delta Phi honor society and was awarded the Lee B. Thomson Sr. Award, Katheleen Guzman Excellence Award, and the Joel Jankowsky Award. Brooke is the Chair of the Alumni Advisory and Pro Bono Board for the Center for International Business and Human Rights at the OU College of Law.