The OU College of Law is looking for professionals that are working with tribal governments and economies that need additional legal training. If this describes you and you have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, please follow these steps to apply.
Create and validate your account, then begin the application.
STANDARDIZED TESTS (No GRE Required – Only TOEFL for INTL Applicants)
An official TOEFL score of 600 on the paper-based test (250 on the computer, 100 on the internet-based test) or higher sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Institution Code: 6879.
Please submit via email at email@example.com
- Personal Statement – Describe your career experience to date, your future goals and how obtaining the MLS in Indigenous Peoples Law will help you achieve those goals (500 words or less)
- Letter of Recommendation (Optional) – Letter acknowledging your application and recommendation for the program from your manager, a work colleague, or a former professor (on corporate letterhead)
Submit your transcript from every college attended. Have official transcripts mailed to:
OU College of Law
Andrew M Coats Hall
300 West Timberdell Road
Norman, OK 73019-4076
$50 domestic applicants/$100 international applicants
Once this information is submitted, OU College of Law uses a rolling admissions process to evaluate each candidate. Prospective students should expect to be contacted within 2 business days of their finalized application regarding next steps. After that, the application will be presented to the Admissions Committee, and students should expect to hear back within two weeks on their acceptance to the MLS program.
Deadlines for application for our August 2015 Cohort is July 15, 2015.
If you have any questions, please contact us and someone will be in touch shortly.