Master of Laws (LL.M.) – In Person Study

TU Law’s graduate LL.M.  curriculum focuses on energy and natural resources law,  environmental law, Indian (Native American) self determination, and tribal economic development.

As a result, TU Law offers three different LL.M. degrees:

Degree Candidates pursuing these courses of study will have many interdisciplinary opportunities, and benefit from TU’s legacy as a center for research and its diverse programs in energy engineering, energy business, energy and environmental law and policy, and Indian law, and information security. TU Law offers unmatched resources for a lawyer seeking an advanced degree.  These resources include:

The LL.M. programs also offer opportunities to network and interact with TU Law’s Sustainable Energy & Resources Law (SERL) program Board of Visitors: Indian, energy, environmental and natural resources professionals in the midst of prestigious careers and TU student groups such as the Native American Law Students Association, the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and REELS: Resources, Energy and Environmental Law Society.

These LL.M. degrees are designed to provide an in-depth opportunity for immersed, in-person research and study for those already possessing a law degree. The degrees are offered by The University of Tulsa College of Law, a fully accredited, non-profit, private university. Tulsa Law is a recognized leader in Indian, Energy, Environmental and Natural Resources law education.