Oklahoma Law Schools Libraries


Oklahoma Law Schools Libraries

  • Norman - University of Oklahoma College of Law Library

    Completed in 2002, the Donald E. Pray Law Library is the largest, public law library in the State of Oklahoma with more than 350,000 volumes and 52,600 square feet. The Native Peoples Collection in the Law Library includes approximately 4,000 titles on law, politics, government, and history

  • Oklahoma City - Oklahoma City University - School of Law Library

    Oklahoma City University School of Law prepares students to become responsible professionals through a rigorous program of instruction that focuses on studentsí intellectual and professional development and enables them to become leaders in law, business, government, and civic life; and contributes to the improvement of law and legal institutions through research and scholarship.

  • Tulsa - University of Tulsa College of Law Library

    The MLIC has a solid core legal collection as well as specialized collections in energy and environmental law and policy and Native American Law. The Center also provides space for all law school journal offices, the Board of Advocates, special rooms for certificate programs (Native American Law, Comparative and International Law, and Lawyering Skills), the National Energy & Environment Law and Policy Institute, an Alternative Dispute Resolution Center, an Alumni Conference Center, and an office suite for the first year Legal Reasoning, Analysis, and Writing program.

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