1. University of Oklahoma College of Law
The University of Oklahoma College of Law was founded in 1909. It joined the membership of the AALS in 1911. The law school has been accredited by the ABA in 1923. It has the most significant law library in Oklahoma and houses three courtrooms for training purposes. The entering classes are limited to 175 students.
2. Oklahoma City University School of Law
The Oklahoma City University School of Law (OCU LAW) has an educational philosophy that purposefully and carefully blends the theory and practice of law. OCU LAW holds the values such as academic excellence; personal and intensive attention; professionalism; diversity of experience and viewpoint; and student success and welfare.
3. The University of Tulsa College of Law
The University of Tulsa College of Law is a private law school with a total enrollment of less than 500. It offers special opportunities to JD and LLM candidates for leadership and academic excellence. The college provides professional development in a collegial atmosphere where students collaborate and faculty have a open-door policy. First year students are divided into four sections with no more than 50 students in a section. The 35 full-time and 50 adjunct faculty members of the college are recognized internationally for their expertise.