Program to offer energy, natural resources, & indigenous peoples law specializations

The University of Oklahoma College of Law in Norman, Oklahoma has announced it has received funding and state approval to begin an LL.M. program in the autumn of 2011.

The new, one-year program will allow students to specialize in one or more areas of law, including energy, natural resources, and indigenous peoples, or pursue other "interdisciplinary opportunities" at the university.

For more information, please visit the OU College of Law website.

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