A highly personalized legal education
At The University of Tulsa College of Law you will find outstanding academic programs and faculty who are at the top of their fields. In everything we do, we embrace, promote and protect the values of community, civility and dialogue. Our goal is to create an intellectually vibrant and thriving learning community.
Academic excellence + outstanding job prospects
Great things about the college are the small class size and the low student-to-faculty ratio. I was able to create a personal relationship with a professor who helped me to obtain my externship. Dalton Downing, JD '18
I realized early that laws are dormant until a person enforces & interprets them for people. It was then that I realized I wanted to be the voice of those who needed help with their legal rights. Aisosa Arhunmwunde, JD '18
My environmental law and policy externship in Austin, Texas, exceeded my expectations. It helped me wrap up my legal education in a practical and worthwhile experience. Mitchell Lovett, JD '19
TU Law welcomes the largest 1L class in nearly a decade
Meet two of the Texans in the Class of 2022 drawn to TU Law by its stellar reputation and focus on students’ empowerment and career success.
Endowment honors legacy of beloved judge and mentor
A new endowed scholarship championed by TU Law alumni ensures Judge Carlos Chappelle’s legacy will inspire the next generation of legal practitioners.
- TU Law students honored at Oklahoma Bar Association annual meeting
- TU Law student deepens knowledge of federal Indian law during congressional internship
- Making a difference for vulnerable children: Experiential learning empowers nursing and law students to engage with their future careers
- TU Law students counsel immigrants detained by ICE
- TU Law student awarded prestigious diversity scholarship
- TU Law student named Most Outstanding Scholar at Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholars Forum
- Legally proud: OutLaws student group advances LGBTQ+ community and equality
- TU Law students present solutions that improve odds for self-represented litigants