Master of Legal Studies (Online Programs)
The Master of Legal Studies (M.L.S.) Program at OU Law extends the school’s longstanding history of excellence and expertise in Indigenous peoples law and energy and natural resources law. This online master’s degree allows students seeking a legal knowledge in energy and natural resources law or indigenous peoples law to gain that knowledge in less time than the three years of full-time study required to earn a Juris Doctor degree.
M.L.S. in Indigenous Peoples
The M.L.S. in Indigenous Peoples Law program offers a strong foundation in Native American Law for non-lawyers who deal with contracts, negotiations or any other issues that demand knowledge of Native American policy, regulation or business practice.
M.L.S. in Oil, Gas and Energy
The M.L.S. in Oil, Gas and Energy offers a competitive advantage to anyone in the energy industry that negotiates oil and gas contracts, deals with mineral or real estate transactions, or works closely with energy attorneys.
M.L.S. in Healthcare Law
The M.L.S. in Healthcare Law offers healthcare professionals the opportunity to gain additional knowledge of legal and compliance practices critical in this increasingly regulated and complex industry. This program offers a strong foundation in healthcare law for anyone dealing with regulatory, compliance, contractual and legal issues.
John B. Turner LL.M. Program
OU Law offers the LL.M. program to allow attorneys the ability to specialize within a particular area of the law. This specialization will define your expertise and demonstrate to your employer or clients your extensive knowledge in the subject area. The LL.M. program is offered on-campus in Norman, Oklahoma on the beautiful University of Oklahoma campus. Students take courses alongside OU law students pursuing their juris doctor and are able to build strong networks during their time in Norman.
OU Law offers specializations in the following areas aligned with the tradition of the college and expertise of its faculty.
LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources
The 24 credit hour program exposes students to legal education focused the entire energy lifecycle including courses on oil and gas contracts, upstream, midstream, downstream, water law and our recognized How to Drill a Well course.