The John B. Turner LL.M. Program in International Energy, Natural Resources and Indigenous Peoples welcomed a class of 16 students this fall semester, more than double the previous class.
Last year’s inaugural class was comprised of seven students from six countries. This year’s incoming class boasts 13 full-time and three part-time students from 10 countries across the globe.
The unique LL.M. degree program at OU Law allows students to tailor their courses to meet their interests. Students in the program create individualized degrees by selecting approximately 75 percent of their courses from areas of law relating to energy, natural resources and indigenous peoples. The program allows students to study all three subject areas or concentrate their studies in one or two of these areas. OU Law professors with noted expertise in the three subject areas teach the LL.M. courses.
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