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If you are contemplating the next step in your professional development, or looking to launch a career in these exciting fields relating to energy, Indian, environmental or natural resources law or policy, we invite you to consider the Master of Jurisprudence degrees from The University of Tulsa College of Law.

The Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law was developed with the belief that energy professionals need appropriate breadth of understanding about energy law, but also deserve the opportunity to gain additional depth in an area of their personal interest. Oil and gas professionals, electric power experts, and leaders in renewable energy are tasked with high-stakes responsibilities and increasing complexities as the world around them the regulatory requirements, the myriad agencies and organizations, and the physical environment itself continues to change. For those working in or jumping into the dynamic field of energy, natural resources and environmental law, there is no preparation quite so power as the MJEL degree.

The Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law program was developed with the belief that tribal leaders and Indian law experts need appropriate breadth of understanding about Federal Indian law, but also deserve the opportunity to gain additional depth in an area of their personal interest. There is tremendous growth around Indian Country and it's demanding the skills provided by this degree program. Economic development that spreads across energy, electric, and industrial sectors and affects all our communities, including the gaming industry. Whether you already work in or with tribal government leadership or are seeking to launch a career through which you can contribute to a tribal community, choosing the MJIL program from The University of Tulsa College of Law could change everything for you.

If you would like more information on the Master of Jurisprudence programs at TU Law, please fill out the form to the right, and click submit. Please also feel free to contact us at (844) 573-3934 with any questions you may have.

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