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American Indian and Indigenous Peoples Law

OU Law has a rich and long tradition in American Indian and Indigenous Peoples Law, led by world-class faculty members. 

The Juris Doctor Program

American Indian and Indigenous Peoples Law is part of our culture: from our walls that are adorned with the Bialac American Indian Art Collection, to our students, almost half of whom take at least one American Indian or Indigenous Peoples’ Rights course during their time of study, to the American Indian Law Review, which hosts what has become one of the largest American Indian Symposia in the country. We even offer a J.D. certificate in Native American Law, and an LL.M. and online M.L.S. in Indigenous Peoples Law. We are committed to excellence in this important field.

Faculty

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Stephen H. Greetham Adjunct Professor

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Taiawagi Helton Professor of Law

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Gary Pitchlynn Adjunct Professor of Law

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Lindsay Robertson Faculty Director, Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy

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Michael Smith Adjunct Professor

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