University of Tulsa College of Law is a private law school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Dean of the College of Law is currently Robert Butkin, formerly the State Treasurer of Oklahoma. The University of Tulsa College of Law was founded by local attorneys in 1923. It was originally known as the Tulsa Law School and was not affiliated with the University of Tulsa. The College of Law offers Juris Doctor programs for full-time and part-time students. Tulsa College of Law also grants the degree of Master of Laws, or LLM in the areas of Native American Law and International Law for foreign students. Additionally, the law school offers students the ability to obtain joint JD/MA degrees in a variety of fields including, history, English, psychology, as well as a joint JD/MBA and joint JD/MS in geosciences and biological sciences.
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Tulsa Law School is considered a Competitive law school, which accepts only 38% of its applicants. Comparatively, Tulsa is Higher than the average cost for law school.
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Early Decision 1 : 02/01
Early Decision 2 : N/A
Regular Decision : N/A
Application Fee : $30
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Tulsa Law School is considered to have a Favorable student to faculty ratio. The average class size for 1L sections is approximately Average compared to other law schools. Student diversity at Tulsa is Below Average.
The size of 1L sections affects the quality and consistency of teaching in law schools. Generally with smaller 1L section sizes, students receive more individualized attention. University of Tulsa 1L section size is 9% smaller than law schools in Oklahoma and 62% smaller than all PRIVATE law schools.
Deciding to attend law school requires a large financial investment with the goal of securing employment upon graduation. The University of Tulsa class of 2016 had an employment rate of 95% with 0% pursuing an additional degree.
In 2016, 79.4%% of students reported their employment status 9-months after graduation.