LL.M. Program Overview Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program Oklahoma City University School of Law invites international law graduates to apply for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in American Law. This law degree program is open to qualified applicants who hold first a law degree from a university outside the United States. The School of Law will assist students in designing their own curriculum based on their interests and legal career goals. Students can choose a general curriculum or one that focuses on a particular field of American Law, including: LLM MenuLL.M. Program Overview International Expertise Details & Requirements Application Instructions Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Advocacy American Indian Law Energy and Natural Resources Law Financial Services and Commercial Law Health Law Homeland Security Law Public Law Real Estate Law Practice Wills, Trusts, and Estates Estate Planning Wills and Trusts Legal Externships & Internships LL.M. American Law students may earn course credit through our extensive Externship Program or gain valuable experience through optional internships at law firms, government or corporate legal departments, nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), or judicial chambers. Oklahoma City University’s Culture The capital of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City is a major center for business, law, sports, and government, including substantial operations of the United States federal government. Oklahoma City is one of America’s most livable and affordable cities. Its rich Native American culture, clean air, and friendly people make Oklahoma City an attractive place to study and experience America. Oklahoma City University School of Law traces its origins back to 1907. The School of Law is approved by the American Bar Association, is an elected member of the Association of American Law Schools, and is a charter member of the International Association of Law Schools. The School of Law occupies a prominent position at the center of Oklahoma City and itself is located near the center of the United States.