Contact: Rachel Egli
Director of Events and
Continuing Legal Education
Office: (405) 325-2011
NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma College of Law will now accept GRE scores from applicants in lieu of LSAT scores when applying for law school admission. This decision, which has been approved by the OU Board of Regents, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and OU College of Law faculty, provides applicants with greater flexibility when considering a legal education.
“We are thrilled to open this pathway to earning a first-rate legal education at the OU College of Law,” said OU Law Interim Dean Katheleen Guzman. “OU Law constantly seeks ways to enhance the accessibility of legal education and provide flexibility to students considering a law degree.”
OU Law joins 63 other ABA-accredited law schools who have previously approved this decision, including public universities like Florida State University and the University of Arizona and private universities like Harvard, Columbia, Cornell and Georgetown.
OU Law is now accepting applications. Applicants who choose to submit their GRE scores can submit scores from the past five years. For more information on applying to OU Law, visit www.law.ou.edu/admissions.
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