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About the College of Law

TU Law graduands at December 2018 hooding ceremony
TU Law students achieve 100% bar passage




3120 East 4th Place
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74104

The University of Tulsa College of Law is a Top 100 law school offering an academically congenial atmosphere where students become practice-ready through a rigorous academic curriculum and participation in experiential learning programs, including externships and the on-campus legal clinic, award-winning law journals, student organizations and competitive moot court teams.

A private institution, TU Law offers juris doctor (JD), master of laws (LLM) and master of jurisprudence (MJ) degree programs. Certificates for leadership and academic excellence are available in sustainable energy and resources law, Native American law, international law and health law. In addition, TU Law partners with other colleges at The University of Tulsa to offer students joint-degree programs and accelerated degree programs for undergraduates.

Students at TU Law have access to one of the top professional development offices in the nation, and our graduate employment rates are consistently higher than the national average.

TU Law boasts an alumni community of more than 6,000, many of whom have developed highly distinguished careers as lawyers, judges, legislators, corporate counsel, and community leaders. Alumni are actively involved with current students through a mentoring program, providing internship and externship opportunities, and presenting on-campus lectures.

The University of Tulsa College of Law offers:

  • A personalized legal education from a Top 100 law school (US News & World Report 2019) and National Jurist and preLaw Magazine Best Value School
  • One of the lowest tuition rates in the country among private law schools (ranked as a Top 50 Law School by Above the Law ’18 and the Best Value Private Law School by National Jurist ’18
  • Multiple opportunities for practical experience during law school
  • A commitment to serving public interest through pro bono programs, student organizations, and legal clinics
  • Leading Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) and Native AmericanLaw programs
  • An active and supportive alumni community