LL.M. in Indigenous Peoples Law
The online LL.M in Indigenous Peoples Law is designed for lawyers seeking additional knowledge in the field of Federal Indian Law. This program exposes lawyers to advanced legal education focused on natural resources, criminal jurisdiction, gaming law and the Indian Child Welfare act. The program is offered fully online and can be completed in 15 months.
Indigenous Peoples Expertise
The online LL.M. in Indigenous Peoples Law has been designed specifically for practicing attorneys by the Native American Law Faculty at OU. This program offers the opportunity to acquire broad knowledge of Indigenous Peoples Law to help clients better navigate the complexities of Federal Indian Law.
International Experts on the Faculty
Each faculty member was carefully selected based on their experience and expertise in Native American law. This group will challenge you, collaborate with you and provoke you to think deeply about how law impacts Indigenous Peoples.
Unique Student Experience
The OU College of Law is focused on providing each student a world-class experience to further their personal and professional life. The class size is small by design to ensure each student gets personal attention, and the cohort- based model ensures you build strong connections with your classmates.
Ability to Teach
Graduating with a LL.M degree from OU allows you to teach in law schools around the country.
Online classes allow working professionals to take this program from anywhere in the world. Plus, students can complete the program in just 15 months.
Sample Course Options
Examples of some of the courses in the program:
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