Oct. 13, 2011
University of Oklahoma announces new LLM program
The College of Law at the University of Oklahoma has announced the new John B Turner LLM Program in Energy, Natural Resources, and Indigenous Peoples.
This program extends the University of Oklahoma's history of excellence and expertise in law relating to domestic and international energy law, natural resources law, and American Indian law and indigenous peoples law.
This program is designed to be flexible, allowing international and American students to study in all three areas or concentrate their studies in any one or two of these areas.
The John B Turner LLM program offers a combination of courses available only at the University of Oklahoma. In addition to studying at the College of Law, students have interdisciplinary opportunities to receive credit for related courses offered by other departments. This LLM program also includes guest lectures, field trips, and social and networking opportunities.
The College of Law at the University of Oklahoma has one of the most favourable faculty-student ratios among law schools world-wide, so students will enjoy unsurpassed opportunities for close interaction with full-time faculty.
Find out more about the John B Turner LLM Program in Energy, Natural Resources, and Indigenous Peoples.
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Content added on 13th October 2011.