For the 42nd summer, the University of Oklahoma College of Law will conduct a program at Oxford University for American law students. The Program provides students an opportunity to live and study in stimulating and beautiful surroundings under the guidance of American and English legal educators. It also affords 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 eleventh to the twentieth centuries. Along with Cambridge, Oxford University is one of the two universities in Europe that has preserved the medieval collegiate system. 


The College of Law has been hosting an Oxford Summer Program for 42 years.  The program has been at Brasenose College since 1999.  The total number of students participating in the 2015 summer program was 25. This included 23 students from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and 2 students from other law schools.


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

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


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OU Law Hosts Debate on Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

This week, OU Law hosted a debate featuring four experts on civil asset forfeiture within the state of Oklahoma. The debate topic centered on the issue of reforming the state’s current laws on civil asset forfeiture.

Panelists included Oklahoma State Senator Kyle Loveless, First Assistant District Attorney Scott Rowland, Oklahoma City Police Major Bill Weaver and Legal Director of the ACLU of Oklahoma Brady Henderson.