So you're exploring a career in Indian law? Then you've come to the right place. The University of Tulsa College of Law offers more Indian law and related courses than most students can fit into their schedules.
As a J.D. student, you can pursue the Certificate in Native American Law, study in Geneva, Switzerland with our summer Institute on Indigenous Peoples Law, and intern with the courts of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Whether or not you choose to pursue the Certificate, you may also want to pursue a joint degree. TU offers several joint degree programs, including a J.D./M.A. in anthropology; a J.D./M.A. in history; a J.D./M.S. in geosciences; or a J.D./M.B.A. Our curriculum is as wide and varied as the expectations of our students.
If you already have your J.D. degree, and you’re looking to deepen your understanding and knowledge of Indian law, our LL.M in American Indian and Indigenous Law offers an advanced course of concentrated study.