US News & World Report ranked The University of Tulsa College of Law 87th among the nation’s law schools. This represents a 14-place increase in TU Law’s ranking over last year. TU Law also ranked 10th in the United States for employment 10 months after graduation.
“TU Law is home to outstanding faculty, high-quality programs and talented students,” said Dean Lyn Entzeroth. “Among our core strengths are student outcomes in Bar passage and job placement. I believe our successes are well reflected in US News & World Report’s 2020 ranking.”
US News & World Report also recognized TU Law’s Clinical Education Program as one of the top 75 clinical programs in the country. “The College of Law stands committed to experiential opportunities for our students,” Entzeroth said, “and I am very pleased to see our efforts in that critical area recognized.”