OXFORD SUMMER PROGRAM 2017

For the 43rd consecutive year, the University of Oklahoma College of Law will conduct a program at Oxford University for American law students. The Oxford Summer Program affords students an opportunity to live and study in stimulating and beautiful surroundings under the guidance of American and English legal educators. The Program also provides students the opportunity to visit and observe English legal institutions.

Oxford is one of the great architectural treasures of the world, containing examples of building styles from the 11th to the 20th centuries. Along with Cambridge, Oxford University is one of only two universities in Europe that has preserved the medieval collegiate system. 

HISTORY

The College of Law has been hosting an Oxford Summer Program for 43 years.  The program has been at Brasenose College since 1999.  Last year, a total of 37 students from OU and other law schools participated.

CONTACT

  • Professor Donald T. Bogan
    Director of the OU Law Oxford Summer Program
    Andrew M. Coats Hall
    300 Timberdell Road
    Norman, Oklahoma 73019-5081

    Phone: (405) 325-4729
    Fax: (405) 325-0502
    Email: rlucas@ou.edu

OU LAW BLOG

OU Law Prof. Stephen Henderson Speaks at Georgetown Law

Last week, Prof. Stephen Henderson spoke on a panel at Georgetown Law for the school’s American Criminal Law Review 2017 Symposium. The symposium’s theme was “Katz at 50: The Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age” marking the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in Katz v. United States, which introduced the notion of a “reasonable expectation of privacy” as the standard for defining searches under the Fourth Amendment. 

In addition to Prof. Henderson, 15 other practitioners, scholars, and policymakers from agencies such as the U.S.

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