John Rogers Hall

TU College of Law is committed to operate a physical facility capable of supporting a legal program grounded in academic excellence and technological growth.

Classrooms are equipped with the latest technologies, including dual widescreen HD projections systems, touchscreen controls, computers and laptop connections (VGA and HDMI), integrated audio systems including wireless capabilities, sympodiums, blu-ray players, document cameras, and built-in classroom capture/recording systems.  All classrooms are linked together with a full HD mesh that allows audio/video to be transmitted between rooms.  The Pit is equipped with a fully integrated audio system and a quad screen video wall that is used for digital signage applications and event broadcasts.

Mabee Legal Information Center

The Mabee Legal Information Center (MLIC) includes space for three law journals, centers and certificate programs, and a growing alumni organization and associated activities.  The MLIC has an electronic classroom, compact shelving, and increased access to electronic and alternative research sources.  With a more than 400,000-volume collection and nine professional librarians, the MLIC was ranked as the 34th best law school library in the nation in 2012 by National Jurist.  The MLIC is a resource-rich and technologically advanced facility, giving students and the Tulsa legal community access to the highest standard in legal study and research.

William Stuart Price and Michael C. Turpen Courtroom

The Price and Turpen Courtroom at John Rogers Hall is designed for the future of legal instruction.  The courtroom boasts a state-of-the-art sound system, broadcast and HD recording capabilities, HD video conferencing equipment, and a wireless network.  The courtroom functions as a training ground for future trial lawyers, a practice field for moot court competitions, and a classroom for superior legal education.

Boesche Legal Clinic

The Boesche Legal Clinic represents an important aspect of legal education – clinical instruction.  The facility allows law students the opportunity to meet real clients and work on challenges in a workplace setting. Students are able to put their legal skills and classroom education to the test while under the close supervision of a staff attorney.