For many of you, the University of Oklahoma College of Law is where your story began. Your OU Law experience inspired you, guided you, and shaped you into who you are today. An OU Law education is life-changing, not just for its students, but for all who benefit from a civil and just society.
As one of our nation’s great public law schools, we must ensure that our mission is carried forward for the next generation of lawyers and leaders.
At OU Law, this is where anything is possible. And those possibilities begin with you.
Now more than ever, the generosity of OU Law alumni and friends plays an important role in the education of our students.
“My education at OU Law was made possible through scholarship donations. The generosity of donors has allowed me to make my full-time employment decision from a position of pursuing professional fulfillment rather than accepting the highest salary. Your continued support showcases a community of alumni which I am excited to soon become a part. My sincerest gratitude is extended to every donor.”
OU Law is ranked No. 2 in the nation in the Blakeley Advocacy Institute’s annual ranking of moot court programs. This marks the fifth consecutive year the OU College of Law has been ranked in the top 20 schools in the country. Our competition programs greatly benefit from donor support.
In the 2016-2017 academic year, OU Law students completed a record-breaking 23,333 hours of pro bono and public service. 100% of this year’s 1L class voluntarily committed to 50 or 100 hours of service before they graduate. In 2016-2017, more than $76,000 was awarded in pro bono and public interest fellowships.