Application Process - College of Law

Application Process

Priority Application Deadline

April 1, 2020

Applications received after April 1 will be considered, space permitting.

Internship positions are limited and we begin the placement process by mid-February, so students interested in the Legal Internship course should apply to the program in January or as early as possible. Students who apply after mid-February will still receive internships, space permitting, but should be aware that some placements may already be filled when they apply.

Online Application Instructions

    1. To apply to The University of Tulsa College of Law Summer in Ireland program.

As part of the application process, you will be asked to

      • Review any Department of State Travel Alert linked on the site, the Ireland Consular Information pages, and the University of Tulsa College of Law Honor Code (links provided on Application page)
      • Complete a Liability Release Form and a Fitness to Travel form, which are required to complete your application


  1. Pay a $200.00 tuition deposit, which is required to complete the application and payable online by credit card. Once paid, a tuition deposit becomes non-refundable 30 days after an applicant begins the online application process and transmits contact or other information through the online registration program. The tuition deposit is applied towards your tuition.
  2. You should receive a confirmation email and Professor Lamkin will contact you soon thereafter. If you do not hear from him within 36 hours, please email him at
  3. Following submission of your initial application, you will be asked to submit various documentation prior to your departure, including a copy of your passport. If you do not yet have a passport and have not yet made application for one, please do so immediately. Information about obtaining or renewing your passport can be found on the Department of State website at
  4. Visiting (non-TU) students: Please contact the registrar at your home school and request that a letter of good standing be mailed on your behalf to Professor Matt Lamkin, University of Tulsa College of Law, 3120 E. 4th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104 or emailed to
  5. All students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing at their home schools at the time of admission and at the completion of the spring semester in order to attend and receive credit for the program.
  • Accessibility for Persons with Special Challenges

    We make every effort to reasonably accommodate applicants with special needs. Our classroom and dorm suites are accessible by elevator and some of the dorm suites are especially designed to be accessible for physically challenged students. Most cities in Europe, including Dublin, are not as accessible to persons with physical challenges as are some cities in the United States, although many of the city buses are wheelchair accessible. Access to some offices and facilities on the UCD campus, and some internship supervisors’ workplaces, is limited. For more information regarding accessibility in Ireland, see Ireland – Information Accessibility at

    If you require special accommodations, please consult with our Program Director, Associate Professor Matt Lamkin, at as early as possible so that we can determine whether the facilities of the program can accommodate your particular needs and the availability of these facilities.

    If you receive testing or classroom accommodations at your home school, your school must send verification of your accommodations to the Program Director, Associate Professor Matt Lamkin, at The University of Tulsa College of Law, 3120 East 4th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104 or at