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"US News & World Report" ranked The University of Tulsa College of Law 87th among the nation’s law schools. This represents a 14-place increase in TU Law’s ranking over last year. “Among our core strengths are student outcomes in Bar passage and job placement," said Dean Lyn Entzeroth. Also recognized is TU Law’s Clinical Education Program as one of the top 75 clinical programs in the country.
The Terry West Civil Legal Clinic has been established by a Sarkeys Foundation grant and will open later this year in honor of Terry West (JD '66).
"Getting the next generation of attorneys to understand the issues and complications of those living in poverty and giving law students a passion to be community advocates were central to Terry’s vision," said Kim Henry, executive director for the foundation.
Sue Ann Arnall (BS '77, JD '80) has created the Arnall Scholars program with a $5M endowment. The Arnall Scholarship Fund offers academic, non-athletic program awards to African American undergraduate students or College of Law students.
“We want to break down barriers and pave pathways for bright young people from our state who might not otherwise pursue a college degree or may need assistance taking the first step toward a legal career,” Arnall said.