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TU Law welcomes John W. Franklin to campus for Oct. 28 talk

The University of Tulsa College of Law is honored to host historian John Whittington…

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Learning to bridge the gap between people, communities and the law

After an outstanding first year of coursework, involvement in student organizations and…

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TU Law alumna and Cherokee Nation Supreme Court justice to teach at alma mater

An expert in human rights, Native American law, health, estate planning and…

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Cherokee Nation attorney general to speak at Hooding Ceremony

Sara Hill (JD '03), the attorney general of the Cherokee Nation, will…

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Mvto, Wado and U-we-hnoⁿ

The word mvto means “thank you” in the Mvskoke language. Wado means…

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Outstanding SERL students

Stephanie Acquario (Class of ’23) serves as a senior editor on the…

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Mogel Internship

The University of Tulsa College of Law was deeply grateful that we…

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NSF EPSCoR grant

The University of Tulsa College of Law is participating in a new…

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SERL Board of Visitors

The Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) Board of Visitors comprises approximately…

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Energy law student organization and journals

Resources, Energy and Environmental Law Society The stated mission of the Resources,…

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Outstanding graduates

Debbie Firestone (JD ’20) graduated with highest honors from The University of…

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Meet the director

As of January 2022, the SERL program has a new director: Warigia…

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Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law scholarships

Jon Rubottom, Holly Hayes and Trevion Freeman received prestigious scholarships from the…

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Sustainable Energy and Resources Law

This newsletter introduces the Sustainable Energy and Resources (SERL) program at The…

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SERL faculty

Melissa Luttrell Melissa Luttrell’s scholarship considers the appropriate use of microeconomic principles…

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In conversation with Chancellor Allison Garrett

Fresh from serving as the president of Emporia State University, TU Law…

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TU Law recognized by White House, DoJ for eviction prevention work

On Jan. 28, the White House and Department of Justice convened 99…

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In conversation with TU Law’s new dean

Get to know Oren Griffin, the new dean of The University of…

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Gaining an insider’s perspective on the federal court system

TU Law student Brandon Keaton (3L) recently shared insights on his successful…

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TU Law students receive top honors

A highlight of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s 2021 annual meeting was the…

TU Law alumna becomes Tulsa’s deputy mayor

TU College of Law alumna Cassia Carr (JD ’16) is deploying her…