OU and OU Law OU Law
OU and OU Law. The OU College of Law is a part of Oklahoma’s flagship university, and that means you will have access to the talent, resources, and reach of a major research university. There are many benefits of attending a close-knit law school with a flagship university affiliation:
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Criminal Law and Procedure OU Law
(9 days ago) At OU Law, all students take the basic course in substantive Criminal Law and in Criminal Procedure: Investigation. Those with a commitment to working zealously to make our world a better place through the righting of wrongs, consider a career in criminal justice. We encourage those of you with an interest to further study police investigation
OU Law Distinction OU Law
(9 days ago) OU Law is a national and international leader in native peoples and energy law. Our prime location gives students access to clinical, internship, externship, and employment opportunities in these two fields. Oklahoma is home to one of the largest populations of indigenous peoples, and Federal Indian Law is integrated into our curriculum.
Course Information OU Law
(5 days ago) employment law .5 Credit Hours This course is intended to provide the student with an understanding of current legal issues in the area of employer/employee relations, with coverage of both state and federal laws, including discrimination issues, termination issues, the Family Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Early Entry OU Law
(5 days ago) OU Law’s Early Entry Program allows select OU and OSU undergraduate students to begin law school, even before graduating with their undergraduate degree. Upon the successful completion of the first year at OU Law, the student will also qualify for the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree at their respective university.
Constitutional and Public Interest Law OU Law
(1 days ago) Constitutional law is the foundation of our free society. It defines on the one hand the powers and limits of government and government officials, from the President in the Oval Office to the police officer on the beat, and on the other hand the rights of individuals, from the protections of free speech and religious liberty in the First Amendment, to the guarantees of due process and …
Health Law Student Association OU Law
(8 days ago) Mission: To strengthen the OU Law student’s knowledge of health law practice. Purpose: The Health Law Student Association ("HLSA") is a law student association located at the OU College of Law. HLSA’s goal is to strengthen the student's knowledge of the health law practice, to strengthen ties and relationship between students and practicing health law attorneys, and …
Michael A. Scaperlanda OU Law
(1 days ago) Scaperlanda is currently the Chancellor for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. During his nearly 30 year career at OU, he taught Comparative Common Law Practicum: Uganda, Constitutional Law, Immigration Law, Jurisprudence, and Professional Responsibility. He travels regularly to speak to student groups, professional groups, and lay groups.
Joseph Thai OU Law
(3 days ago) Professor Joseph Thai teaches and writes about constitutional law and the Supreme Court. Prof. Thai served as law clerk to Justices John Paul Stevens and Byron White of the Supreme Court and Judge David Ebel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He frequently engages in civil rights litigation and served on the legal team that successfully challenged Oklahoma’s
News and Media OU Law
(7 days ago) OU Law has been part of my family since the 1920s. My great uncle was Dr. Maurice Merrill, a 1922 graduate of OU Law who then earned a Doctorate in Law from Harvard University in 1925. Merrill taught at OU Law for 30 years, published numerous seminal works in oil and gas law, constitutional law, administrative law and the law of Notice.
Steven S. Gensler OU Law
(8 days ago) Professor Steven S. Gensler joined the OU law faculty in 2000 after serving two years as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law. During 2003-04, Professor Gensler was the Supreme Court Fellow at the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. From 2005 to 2011, Professor Gensler served as a member of the United States Judicial
LL.M. in Healthcare Law OU Law
(7 days ago) OU Law is at the forefront in its offering of legal classes relevant to the healthcare industry. Coursework focuses on the federal and state regulation of healthcare delivery, population health, patient privacy and health information confidentiality, public and private insurance, managed care, coding and billing, healthcare fraud and abuse, healthcare transactions, healthcare antitrust
LL.M. in Indigenous Peoples Law OU Law
(5 days ago) The online LL.M in Indigenous Peoples Law is designed for lawyers seeking additional knowledge in the field of Federal Indian Law. This program exposes lawyers to advanced legal education focused on natural resources, criminal jurisdiction, gaming law and the Indian Child Welfare act.
M.L.S. Courses Descriptions OU Law
(4 days ago) The course initiates students into the differences between corporate law in civil law countries and corporate law in the Anglo-American world. Students gain an understanding of the different policy challenges legislators are facing stemming mainly from the size of the firms, their ownership structure and the position of labor within business
Journals OU Law
(1 days ago) The Oklahoma Law Review is OU Law’s flagship publication, published quarterly since its founding in 1948. Its student editors seek to serve OLR’s readership with timely and comprehensive analyses across the entire spectrum of legal issues. OLR alumni have served as U.S. senators, Oklahoma governors, state legislators, university presidents, and members of …
Directory OU Law
(1 days ago) Mary Sue Backus. Associate Dean of Student Services, Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation Presidential Professor , Hugh Roff Professor of Law. [email protected] Colleen Baker. Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, Price College of Business, Affiliate Faculty, College of Law. Adams Hall, Room 217B. [email protected]
Darla W. Jackson OU Law
(8 days ago) Darla Jackson joined the Law Library in 2018 as its Research and Electronic Resources Librarian. In addition to teaching the legal research component of the first year Legal Research, Writing and Advocacy Program, she also serves as an instructor for OU Law’s Online Master of Legal Studies in International Business Program. Prior to joining the College of Law, she worked as
Meet the Admissions Team OU Law
(9 days ago) As an OU Law student, Camal was a member of the Americans for Access to Justice mock trial team and was President of the Student Bar Association. Why did you choose to attend OU Law? The OU Law community demonstrated their commitment to helping each student individually reach their highest potential.
Melissa Mortazavi OU Law
(Just Now) Professor Mortazavi teaches and writes about legal ethics, torts, food law and policy, and administrative law. Her articles have appeared in the Minnesota, Columbia, UCLA, and Cardozo Law Reviews amongst others. Professor Mortazavi joined the University of Oklahoma College of Law faculty as an Associate Professor of Law in the fall of 2015, after serving as a Visiting
Brian McCall OU Law
(4 days ago) After completing his Undergraduate and Masters degrees, Professor McCall taught English in a private high school for two years before commencing his law degree. He received honors for obtaining the highest grades over the three year law degree and for his specific work in Corporations, Torts and Wills and Future Interests. During his third year of law school, …
Competition Teams and Advocacy OU Law
(4 days ago) OU Law teams travel nationwide to compete in appellate advocacy, moot court, trial teams and skills teams. A detailed list of competitions is below. McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, Spring. This competition is sponsored by the University of Minnesota. The competition tackles current civil rights issues.
Dean Katheleen Guzman OU Law
(8 days ago) Katheleen Guzman joined the OU Law faculty in 1993, where she has taught numerous courses targeting the dimensions of property and its transfer, and writes in related areas. Dean Guzman currently serves as the 13th dean of the OU College of Law and is also the Fenelon Boesche Chair in Law. She is the first woman to be fully appointed and serve in this capacity at OU Law.
International Immersion Opportunities OU Law
(1 days ago) The University of Oklahoma College of Law has established the first International Business and Human Rights Center at a U.S. law school. The Center was founded in 2016 with a two-fold mission: (1) to provide OU Law students with academic training, networking, and practical experience in this emerging field that will equip them to be leaders in this space, and (2) to …
Guha Krishnamurthi OU Law
(1 days ago) Guha’s research interests are in criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, and jurisprudence. Prior to joining the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Guha taught at South Texas College of Law and as a Climenko Fellow at Harvard Law School. He clerked for the Honorable Goodwin H. Liu of the California Supreme Court, the Honorable Andrea R. Wood of …
Steven J. Cleveland OU Law
(1 days ago) While a law student, Steven J. Cleveland served as Executive Articles Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. Following graduation from Georgetown Law, Cleveland served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Henry A. Politz of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Cleveland then was associated with the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &
Externships OU Law
(5 days ago) In the externship program, law students have an opportunity to learn in supervised judicial, governmental and non-profit organizations about the practice of law. The OU College of Law provides a wide variety of opportunities for students to work with legal professionals and clients in an attorney-supervised workplace.
M.L.S. in International Business Law OU Law
(4 days ago) The global economy is a complex and dynamic system and OU Law is at the forefront in its offering of legal courses focused on the intersection of business and the law. The M.L.S. in International Business Law program is an online, 32-credit hour graduate degree that can be completed in 15 months.
Lindsay Robertson OU Law
(9 days ago) Professor Lindsay G. Robertson joined the law faculty in 1997. He teaches courses in Federal Indian Law, Comparative and International Indigenous Peoples Law, Constitutional Law and Legal History and serves as Faculty Director of the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy and Founding Director of the International Human Rights Law Clinic.
Monika U. Ehrman OU Law
(7 days ago) Monika U. Ehrman is Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Oil & Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Center (ONE C) at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Her scholarly interests are in the area of natural resources real property, energy policy, and oil and gas law. Her courses, past and present, include Property, Energy Law, Oil & Gas Law, Water Law, International
Carolina Arlota OU Law
(7 days ago) Dr. Arlota is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she has taught courses on Immigration Law and several international topics, including: International Energy Law, International Commercial and Investment Arbitration, International Business Transactions, Comparative Law, and European Union Law. Dr.
Kenton Brice OU Law
(5 days ago) Kenton Brice joined the Law Library in 2015 as its first Digital Resources Librarian. In addition to teaching legal research in the Legal Research, Writing, and Advocacy Program, Kenton also assists in administering the Digital Initiative at the College of Law. Prior to joining the College of Law, Kenton practiced as an associate attorney with the firm, Christman Kelley &
OU College of Law to Offer Online LL.M. Degrees OU Law
(7 days ago) OU Law’s LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources is designed for lawyers seeking more knowledge in the field of oil and gas and energy law. The program exposes lawyers to advanced legal education focused on the complete hydrocarbon life cycle - including courses on oil and gas contracts, upstream, midstream, environmental regulatory environment
Library Services for Faculty OU Law
(4 days ago) The Law Library is committed to supporting faculty research and supporting the curriculum. Through a combination of collection development, interlibrary loan requests, and faculty acquisitions requests, the Law Library strives to maintain a collection which supports the faculty's research needs.
Center for Technology and Innovation in Practice OU Law
(2 days ago) The OU Law Center for Technology and Innovation in Practice is dedicated to building relationships with law firms and law practice technology vendors and exploring ways that emerging technologies, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence can enhance the practice of law. The center will also look towards building a
LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources Law OU Law
(5 days ago) OU Law prepares students to be leaders in energy and natural resources law and policy, assisting in the sustainable development of all forms of energy and natural resources in an environmentally responsible manner. The LL.M. degree in Energy and Natural Resources Law is a 24 hour program which can be completed in 15 months.
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF LAW
(4 days ago) The Order of the Solicitors is a College of Law honorary society recognizing students who have excelled in interscholastic competition teams representing the College of Law. Leyna N. Churchill . Cameron S. Curtis Amanda M. Finch . Matthew P. Garner . Tessa J. Martin . Daniel K. Mitchell . Zachary L. Neighbors . Andie B. Netherland . Katelyn M
LL.M. in International Business Law OU Law
(9 days ago) The Online LL.M. in International Business Law program allows lawyers to increase their expertise in this field. The 24 credit hour program also provides a comprehensive legal overview of key topics facing organizations that engage in business beyond the borders of the United States, including international finance, business transactions, arbitration, EU law, …
Eric E. Johnson OU Law
(6 days ago) Eric E. Johnson is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. His courses include Torts, Science and Law, Antitrust, and Intellectual Property. Professor Johnson’s research concentrates on intellectual property and on science and risk, with publications including the Northwestern University Law Review, the Boston University Law …
Samuel Merchant OU Law
(8 days ago) Samuel Merchant is a litigation attorney in Oklahoma City. He practiced litigation for several years around the country in state courts, federal courts, bankruptcy courts, and before administrative bodies while working at McAfee & Taft in Oklahoma City. He is admitted to practice in the State of Oklahoma, five federal district courts, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Oxford Admissions Requirements OU Law
(7 days ago) The University of Oklahoma College of Law became a member of the Association of American Law Schools in 1911, and has been on the approved list of the American Bar Association since this list was first published in 1923. ABA and AALS requirements will be met. Law schools whose students have attended previous sessions have regularly approved the
John Reeves to Receive Prestigious Eugene Kuntz Award OU Law
(8 days ago) NORMAN, OKLA. – Oklahoma City attorney John Reeves will be honored with the Eugene Kuntz Award from the University of Oklahoma College of Law on Oct. 28 at the Oklahoma Oil and Gas Reception. Reeves will be recognized for his distinguished career in the energy industry and his many contributions to oil and gas law, including various cited articles …
M. Alexander Pearl OU Law
(Just Now) Professor Pearl is an enrolled citizen of the Chickasaw Nation. He is a nationally recognized scholar in the fields of water law, climate change law and policy, Indigenous legal/social issues, and statutory interpretation. His research focuses both on distinct concepts within these fields as well as intersectional issues that cross legal fields and social dynamics.
Chinese Law Summer Program OU Law
(2 days ago) The Chinese Law Summer Program is offered in affiliation with Indiana University-Indianapolis, University of Minnesota, Boston College and University of Tennessee Schools of Law. It is the longest-standing American law school study abroad program in China, having been administered by Indiana University-Indianapolis for over 30 years.