The TU College of Law features modern classrooms, a high-tech moot courtroom for legal practice, and a comprehensive law library for students, faculty and the local legal community. In 2018, TU Law was selected by preLaw Magazine the Best Law Buildings Honor Roll.
Classrooms are equipped with the latest technologies, including HD projection systems, touchscreen controls, computer and laptop connections (VGA and HDMI), integrated audio systems with wireless capabilities, Sympodiums, Blu-ray players, document cameras and built-in classroom capture/recording systems. All classrooms are linked together with a full HD mesh that allows audio and video to be transmitted between rooms. The Pit is equipped with a fully integrated audio system and a quad screen video wall used for digital signage applications and event broadcasts.
The Mabee Legal Information Center (MLIC) houses three law journals, centers and certificate programs and a growing alumni organization and associated activities. The MLIC has an electronic classroom, compact shelving and access to electronic and alternative research sources. With a more than 400,000-volume collection and three professional librarians, National Jurist ranked the MLIC the 34th best law school library in the nation in 2012. The MLIC is a resource-rich and technologically advanced facility, giving students and the Tulsa legal community access to the highest standard in legal study and research.
The Price and Turpen Courtroom at TU Law is designed for the future of legal instruction. The courtroom boasts a state-of-theart sound system, broadcast and HD recording capabilities, HD video conferencing equipment, and a wireless network. The courtroom is used for moot court competitions, classroom instruction, and a number of symposia and lectures throughout the year.
The Boesche Legal Clinic houses the Immigrant Rights Project, the Tulsa Immigrant Resource Network, and the Lobeck Taylor Community Advocacy Clinic. The facility allows law students the opportunity to meet real clients and face challenges in a workplace setting. Students are able to put legal skills and classroom education to the test while under the close supervision of a staff attorney.
An elevator is located in the Mabee Legal Information Center (MLIC) to provide easy multi-level access to the various research facilities. An elevator is also located in the College of Law lobby for access to the pit, student lounge area, and lower level of the MLIC.
All classrooms at the College of Law are accessible without having to use stairs.
All of the restrooms at the College of Law and in the MLIC are ADA compliant. The restrooms in the MLIC and on the east side of College of Law are larger and more accommodating for persons with disabilities.
Housing & Parking
Visit the Housing, Dining & Parking page for more information about the accessibility of on-campus apartments and designated parking for students with disabilities.