Office of the Dean
At TU Law, we care deeply about our students’ future success, and we strive to deliver the support they need. Our graduates’ employment is robust: For the Class of 2019, the 10-month job placement rate for full-time, long-term, bar license-required or JD advantage positions was a stellar 88.6%.
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(5 days ago) The Immigration Law Society (immLAW) is a public-interest student organization that seeks to serve, educate and empower Tulsa’s immigrant community while providing TU students with opportunities to develop transferable legal skills that apply to all areas of law. immLAW allows students to gain real-life experience in the application of the
Clinical Education Program Contacts
(5 days ago) Boesche Legal Clinic The University of Tulsa College of Law 407 S. Florence Avenue Tulsa, OK 74104 918-631-5799 1-800-438-5909 [email protected] Hours Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Miriam H. Marton Director, Clinical Education Program Associate Dean of Experiential Learning Associate Professor of Law 918-631-5799 [email protected] Prof. Marton is the associate dean of experiential
What success looks like: TU Law student is making his mark
(1 days ago) TU Law’s Health Law Team dedicated its season to Professor Evelyn Hutchison, a deeply respected and influential faculty member who recently passed away. Professor Hutchison was the Board of Advocates advisor for many years and worked closely with the Health Law competition teams.
Law Alumni Gala 2019
(8 days ago) The University of Tulsa College of Law welcomed alumni and guests to the 2019 Alumni Gala on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa. The TU Law Alumni Association honored these 2019 Hall of Fame inductees at a special dinner celebration: M. David Riggs (JD ’68) Beverly K. Smith (JD ’87) Sidney […]
Undergraduate Minor in Law, Policy, & Social Justice
(5 days ago) Undergraduate Minor. The subject of law as a field worthy of study is widely acknowledged at The University of Tulsa but until now has been accessible mainly to J.D. and LL.M. students who pursue a professional degree in the College of Law or to undergraduates who take courses that include legal subject matter but typically are ancillary to a chosen concentration in the humanities or business.
Dual Enrollment Options
(6 days ago) Submit an application for admission to the College of Law at LSAC.org, which requires at least two letters of recommendation, a copy of your transcript reflecting all coursework completed, and personal statement.; Apply for an application fee waiver with TU College of Law. Take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), which is offered four times a year.
Symposium Commemorating the 100th
(7 days ago) The Tulsa Law Review will host a special symposium issue of the law review as part of a commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre with a one day live/hybrid event on May 21, 2021, and publication of the papers in November of 2021. During the Tulsa Race Massacre, which occurred May 31–June 1, 1921, a white mob attacked residents, homes and businesses in the predominantly Black …
THE COMMON FUND DOCTRINE: COMING OF AGE IN THE …
(Just Now) INDIANA LAW REVIEW without citation.3 Further, the bulk of the discourse concerning the rule is critical in nature and tends to be based on theory or conjecture.4 Consequently, anyone looking for something to debate would find the subject of allocation of attorney
"Introduction to the Law of Contracts (4th ed)" by Martin
(7 days ago) An Introduction to the Law of Contracts is now out in it's fourth edition. It is still carefully organized around a comprehensive road map that takes the student through the 6 steps of contract law, but the new edition includes added benefits. There are updated cases and examples, and each chapter ends with review questions to help reinforce the theories addressed in each chapter.
(7 days ago) The University of Tulsa College of Law fosters a supportive academic environment, encouraging students to reach their full potential. The Academic Support Program provides assistance to law students throughout law school. Academic support is embedded in the following College of Law programs: The Foundations of Legal Study, a one-week orientation program prior to the start of the […]
New civil legal clinic to open at The
(1 days ago) The University of Tulsa College of Law is thrilled to announce that the Board of Trustees of the Sarkeys Foundation has approved a grant that will enable the creation of the Terry West Civil Legal Clinic. When it opens later this year, the clinic will join TU Law’s Clinical Education Program housed at the university’s Boesche Legal Clinic.. The Terry West Civil Legal Clinic will be a vital
Graduate Employment Outcomes
(5 days ago) TU Law students receive a high level of individualized service, support and resources from the PDO, such as access to our electronic job database; resume and cover letter review; interview preparation; on-campus interviews; career counseling including job types, practice areas and alternative uses of a JD; job search strategy; mentoring assistance and networking guidance. Our […]
Applying to law school: A helpful info kit for pre-law
(Just Now) Upcoming pre-law events at TU Law Lunch & Learns. Generally offered three times each spring and fall semester, these are Friday, noon -2 p.m. opportunities for you to meet with the TU Law Admissions team and ask us your questions. We cover various topics and offer a group tour of our law school. Tentative 2021-2022 Dates: September 17, 2021
Writing your letters of recommendation
(9 days ago) While a law school may not ask that letters of recommendation be a particular length, law school admissions committees prefer letters that include clear details about why a student should be admitted. Feel free to state the grade and the rank in your class that your students obtained. But keep in mind that law school admissions committees can
Tortious Breach of Contract in Oklahoma
(6 days ago) Contract law, in its essential design, is a law of strict liability, and the accompanying system of remedies operates without regard to fault.' 0 . Hence, the long recognized general rule, supported by an over-whelming weight of authority, is that exemplary damages are not re-
Rule of Law in Immigration Law, The
(8 days ago) the law is uniquely positioned to perform this function, for the law is one of the most important facets of American public life. Law is a mirror of our values. What we do in the law governing immigration speaks volumes about who we are as a nation, not just as a nation that respects the rule of law…
Frequently Asked Questions
(9 days ago) Whenever law schools receive CAS reports they will contain both individual scores and an averaged score if the applicant has taken the LSAT more than one time. TU College of Law recommends that all candidates approach the LSAT with the mindset that the first time taking the exam will be the only time to …
An Abridged Primer on the Law of Public Nuisance
(6 days ago) law of public nuisance has experienced a resurgence recently, particu-larly in the area of environmental law. Today most claims for money damages for pollution brought under state common laws include a claim for public nuisance. The attempt is being made to apply the law. of public nuisance in the environmental area because of perceived
Scholarships for Law School
(8 days ago) At TU Law, for instance, we keep a list of diversity scholarships. While they are in law school, students should also be on the lookout for applications for scholarships from private donors. Those opportunities are often directed to specific schools and many of them are focused on particular areas of law (e.g., environment, health, criminal).
Public Interest/Pro Bono
(5 days ago) First-year law students serving the community by volunteering at the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. The Public Interest Board is a student-run organization at The University of Tulsa College of Law that involves students in community service, public service, and pro bono work as they progress through their legal education.
Piercing the Corporate Veil in American and German Law
(8 days ago) law of corporations or other entities is legitimate, and there are no grounds for the denial of any benefits connected with the principle of limited liability." Accordingly, rules of piercing the veil, or Durchgriffshaftung operating in favor of a corporate creditor who seeks personal liability of …
Death Penalty, International Law, and Human Rights, The
(8 days ago) transnational law evolves, protecting people from the death penalty is a crucial human rights consideration. Abolition is necessary in promoting humankind's dignity under international law. Today the majority of nations have abolished the death penalty either completely or in practice.
TU Law to launch Buck Colbert Franklin Legal Clinic
(8 days ago) TU Law to launch Buck Colbert Franklin Legal Clinic. February 3, 2021. A century after attorney Buck Colbert Franklin (1879-1960) set up shop in Tulsa’s Greenwood District to offer legal counsel to an underrepresented community, The University of Tulsa’s College of Law is returning to that neighborhood to carry on Franklin’s legacy and
TU Law remembers Professor G. William Rice (1951–2016
(5 days ago) TU Law remembers Professor G. William Rice (1951–2016) February 15, 2016. This message is written on behalf of Dean Lyn Entzeroth: It is with deep sadness that we announce that Professor G. William “Bill” Rice passed away Sunday, February 14, after an extraordinary career in practice and as an academic focusing on issues and rights of
From law school in Tulsa to a federal clerkship in Texas
(3 days ago) From law school in Tulsa to a federal clerkship in Texas. July 6, 2021. Sage Martin (BA ’16, JD ’21) has a lot to celebrate. After three years of diligent work at The University of Tulsa College of Law, from which she graduated on May 14 with highest honors, Martin is looking forward to taking up a two-year clerkship for U.S. Magistrate
Indian and energy law programs featured in the press
(5 days ago) Energy law students include those seeking to advance their career or give themselves a better footing in the field. “This is the sort of degree that makes a ‘nose hair difference’ between either job promotions or being caught by industry layoffs,” Thompson said.
Intellectual property expert set to join TU Law faculty
(Just Now) Intellectual property expert set to join TU Law faculty. January 31, 2020. The University of Tulsa College of Law community is eagerly awaiting the arrival of a new colleague this coming summer. In August, Elizabeth (Betsy) Rosenblatt will be joining the law school as a professor of law. After receiving a JD from Harvard Law School in 1999