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Challenges drive Sustainable Energy and Resource Law director 

When Warigia Bowman observes how climate change is affecting the American West,…

Law research highlights groundbreaking faculty scholarship

The University of Tulsa College of Law faculty engage in cutting-edge research…

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TU Law student seeks to expand access to justice

Law student Trevion Freeman’s forthcoming Tulsa Law Review article on the Creek…

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TU Law professor receives Outstanding Researcher Award

Professor of Law Russell Christopher has received an Outstanding Researcher Award in…

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Experiencing public health law first hand

During her final semester at TU Law, Morgan Jones is completing an…

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TU Law experts advocate for a right to counsel program for Tulsa’s eviction court

TU Law's Terry West Civil Legal Clinic has released a report highlighting…

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TU Law faculty member part of team awarded major NSF grant

Warigia Bowman will work with a team of multidisciplinary researchers from across…

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At the top of their game: College sports and the quandary of athletes’ financial compensation

TU Law student and professor team up to advocate for a “reasonable…

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Spoo honored with Outstanding Researcher Award

The accolade is a lifetime distinction, received only once in an individual’s…

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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…

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TU Law copyright expert awarded Law and Public Affairs fellowship at Princeton University

As a LAPA fellow, Chapman Distinguished Professor of Law Robert Spoo will…

TU Law alumna Amber Plumlee in the McFarlin Library Faculty Study

Protecting minors’ bodies, minds and futures: TU Law alumna breaks new legal ground

TU Law alumna Amber Plumlee has published a powerful argument for abolishing…

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Chapman Professorships allow faculty to innovate for student engagement 

A total of 38 full-time resident faculty members from all five of TU’s colleges received the $5,000…

TU Law student Hannah Stidman (recipient of the Most Oustanding Scholar award from the Muscogee (Creek) Nation)

TU Law student named Most Outstanding Scholar at Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholars Forum

Hannah Stidman received the 2019 Most Outstanding Scholar award from the Muscogee…

TU Law students present solutions that improve odds for self-represented litigants

Students from the Lobeck Taylor Community Advocacy Clinic will present solutions to…

TU Law student Kelsey Harrison

Employment for justice-involved people: barriers and solutions

TU Law students reported on the many barriers justice-involved people face when…

Winterberg Earns Dual Degrees in Law and I-O Psychology

United States Marine Corp veteran Chase Winterberg came to TU as an…