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).
Meet student Caroline Lindemuth
TU Law’s advocacy classes and traveling teams are exceptional opportunities to learn courtroom dynamics guided by judges and attorneys. My mock trial and moot court experiences helped me develop the skills necessary to hit the ground running in my new litigation role.
Caroline Lindemuth, JD '19
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.
Meet student Cordal Cephas
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.
Meet student Mitchell Lovett
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
NewsAll News Stories
TU Law professor explores the role of U.S. and international law to mitigate foreign interference in elections
Cyberlaw expert Ido Kilovaty mounts a strong case for the human right to cybersecurity in the fight to safeguard our elections.
TU Law student on her way to federal clerkship in Texas
After graduation, Alexandra Fleming is looking forward to launching her career with a two-year federal clerkship with Judge Ronald Griffin in Texas.
- TU Law copyright expert awarded Law and Public Affairs fellowship at Princeton University
- TU Law to open Public Defender Clinic in fall 2020
- Protecting minors’ bodies, minds and futures: TU Law alumna breaks new legal ground
- TU Law among top 20 law schools for ultimate bar passage results
- Intellectual property expert set to join TU Law faculty
- TU Law welcomes new faculty expert in Indian and health law
- TU Law’s Public Interest Board: Community support and skills-development for future lawyers