Community and Media
Named for the city that surrounds it, The University of Tulsa participates actively in the life of the city. As a community of lawyers, we take pride in our civic responsibilities and do our part to move our community and city forward.
- Students enrolled in the Immigrant Rights Project provide representation to non-citizens in immigration matters.
- Students in the Social Enterprise and Economic Development (SEED) Law Project work with small business owners and non-profit organizations.
- The 2nd annual Constitution Day included a traveling program put on by students, faculty, staff and alumni of the law school.
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