Continuing its role at the forefront of Indian law, TU is proud to offer the LL.M. in American Indian and Indigenous Law. The LL.M. is designed to train American lawyers and lawyers from around the world in the issues critical to understanding and representing American Indian and other Indigenous Peoples.
The LL.M. offers a balanced approach, emphasizing the three foundational sets of legal principles: domestic laws of the United States (federal Indian law), law of the tribal governments, and international law applicable to Indigenous Peoples. The vast array of available courses allows students to gain a general understanding of each of the three sets of foundational principles, and then proceed to specialize in one or more of them or develop a related subspeciality, such as in natural resources law.
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All applicants are required to submit their application on line via LSAC.
The University of Tulsa College of Law invites applications from students who hold or expect to receive a degree from a law faculty outside the United States for its Master's in American Law for Foreign Law Graduates Program.
The Master's in American Law for Foreign Law Graduates Program is specifically designed for lawyers trained outside of the United States. The Master's Program consists of a full course of study over two semesters. LL.M. degree candidates will enroll in one semester course designed to introduce the candidate to U.S. law and one semester course on U.S. legal methodology. The LL.M. student will be expected to complete an additional six to eight courses. Students will be closely counseled in their course selection. Students are invited to choose from any of the many courses offered by the College of Law and the other graduate departments of the University of Tulsa. Please click here for more information about applying to this LL.M.
The Energy Law Concentration of the LL.M. in American Law for Foreign Law Graduates is open to appliants with a law degree that qualifies them to practice law in a country ouside of the United States. This degree is awarded to students who have successfully completed a minimum of 24 course hours with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. For detailed information, including how to apply, detailed curriculum information, and most frequently asked questions about the Energy Law Concentration please see the program's web page. Click here to see this information in both English and Chinese.
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