The University of Tulsa College of Law rose seven spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings released this week.
“As TU Law celebrates 100 years of producing outstanding law graduates, we look forward to advancing student achievement and academic excellence in legal education,” said TU Law Dean Oren R. Griffin. “This jump in rankings is due to the dedicated work of our faculty and staff and the outstanding caliber of our student body.”
U.S. News evaluated institutions on multiple criteria, including placement of graduates, faculty resources, achievements of entering students, and opinions by law schools, lawyers, and judges on program quality.
The metrics regarding employment outcomes confirm that TU Law alumni continue to compete well in the marketplace among public and private employers. In particular, more than 90% of TU Law graduates obtain positions in full-time, long-term, bar-admission-required and/or JD-advantage classifications or categories.
TU Law offers multiple experiential clinics, exceptional professional development and flexible fall, spring and summer starts. To learn more about these opportunities and other programs, visit law.utulsa.edu.