TU College of Law students have the opportunity to publish in three highly respected journals to enhance their academic experience. Students work directly with editors and distinguished contributors nationwide.
The Energy Law Journal is a preeminent bi-annual energy publication. The journal reaches approximately 3,000 subscribers in the United States and 10 foreign countries, and has been cited by the United States Supreme Court as well as federal courts and agencies. Students are eligible to apply upon completion of their first year of law school to begin their candidacy in the fall semester. The Energy Law Journal enables students to gain valuable writing and editing skills that employers seek, while also offering numerous networking opportunities.
The Tulsa Law Review (TLR) has served as the flagship law journal for the College of Law since 1964. A student-run law review, TLR publishes scholarly works covering the full legal spectrum to stimulate critical thinking, provoke legal debate and guide the law in a direction that better serves our society. 3L editors manage the journal and 2L associate editors help edit issues and write notes or comments on topics of their choice. TLR publishes three issues each year. Two issues contain scholarly articles written by legal experts and select student works. Typically, the third issue contains book reviews.
TU Law students who participate in the Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) program have the opportunity to be published in the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (ABA-SEER) Year in Review. The ABA-SEER is one of the premier forums for environmental, energy, and resources students, educators, and lawyers. The website provides access to the most current and sophisticated analyses of complicated issues facing the United States and the world.