The OU College of Law is home to three academic journals, steeped in tradition and scholarly excellence. Now, in the digital age, OU’s law journals are more accessible than ever and are available for free online.

Oklahoma Law Review

OU Law’s flagship publication, the Oklahoma Law Review (OLR), is the school’s oldest academic journal, established in 1948. Prominent alumni members of OLR include members of the judiciary, former U.S. Senators, former Governors, and university presidents.

American Indian Law Review

The American Indian Law Review (AILR) was launched in 1973. Each spring, in partnership with OU’s Native American Studies Department and Native American Law Students Association, AILR hosts one of the nation’s largest symposia on Native American law, the American Indian Law Review Symposium.


Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal (ONE J) is the OU College of Law’s newest academic publication and as a peer-reviewed journal, it is the first of its kind in the country. The journal, founded in 2015, was the first of OU’s law reviews to be solely published online.


The Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology (OKJOLT) was published by the OU College of Law from 2003-2015. OKJOLT was Oklahoma’s first legal publication devoted to the convergence of technology and the law.

Digital Commons

Explore OU Law’s Digital Commons for the latest – and archived – journal issues.

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