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.
Prepared. Practiced. Proven.
The University of Tulsa College of Law delivers an academically rigorous and professionally impactful JD program, including an array of internships, externships and legal clinics opportunities. TU Law graduates are in the Top 20 for ultimate bar passage (ABA) and go on to rewarding careers across the country. We are also a Top 5 Best Value private law school and a Top 25 Best Value law school among both public and private institutions (preLaw).
We cannot forget that as a nation we have not recovered from the 200+ years of the disease that is racism, which has transformed and infected our social structures.
Read the full statement from TU’s Office of Diversity & Engagement,
Admission to TU Law is conducted on a rolling basis with year-round starts: in the fall, spring and summer. In whichever term you intend to begin, be sure to apply for one of our application-fee waivers.
My time in the Boesche Legal Clinic honed my lawyering skills. It also inspired me to open a practice after graduation that’s focused on individuals who traditionally have not had access to legal services.
Cordal Cephas, JD '19
TU Law offers a welcoming atmosphere in which students become practice-ready. In addition to our intellectually rich and engaging courses, you will find many experiential learning opportunities that appeal to people with diverse talents, backgrounds and interests.
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
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Governing bodies: The Student Bar Association and its new leadership team
TU Law students grow their knowledge and friendship circles through organizations focused on cultural, social, political and other interests. The Student Bar Association’s new president and vice president shed light on this dynamic group and their personal paths to law school.
TU Law faculty member part of team awarded major NSF grant
Warigia Bowman will work with a team of multidisciplinary researchers from across Oklahoma to develop and test science-based solutions at the intersection of land, water and infrastructure.
- Statement from TU’s Office of Diversity & Engagement
- Spoo honored with Outstanding Researcher Award
- TU Law professor explores the role of U.S. and international law to mitigate foreign interference in elections
- TU Law to open Public Defender Clinic in fall 2020
- Protecting minors’ bodies, minds and futures: TU Law alumna breaks new legal ground