A highly personalized legal education
A superb doctrinal and experiential legal education.
With outstanding academic programs and lauded faculty, The University of Tulsa College of Law embraces, promotes and protects the values of community, civility and dialogue to create an intellectually vibrant and thriving law school.
With a rigorous JD program, three graduate LLM programs, and two online master’s programs, TU Law is recognized by preLaw Magazine as a Best Value Law School '17, as a Top 40 Law School by Above the Law '18 and is ranked 15th in the U.S. for '17 graduate employment in JD and JD-Advantage positions 10 months after graduation.
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, Juris Doctor '18
TU Law offers a congenial atmosphere where students become practice-ready. Admission is conducted on a rolling basis with year-round starts. For students applying to the JD and LLM programs, application fee waivers are available. The LLM program is designed for legal professionals with a JD or LLB including international attorneys. The MJ program is conducted online and designed for working non-lawyers desiring to specialize in fields related to energy or Indian law.
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, Juris Doctor '18
TU College of Law provides intellectually rich and engaging instruction through a variety of course offerings and experiential learning opportunities that appeal to students with diverse talents, backgrounds, and interests.
I interned for Brooklyn Defender Services last summer and participated in the Community Advocacy Clinic last spring, where our client was Bronx Defenders. Murphy Mitchell, J.D.
TU Law named among the Princeton Review’s Best Law Schools for 2019
Community conversation examines civil access to justice
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