The OU College of Law’s academic publications embody the school’s long tradition of scholarly excellence.

Exploring a wide range of topics for the benefit of readers throughout America and abroad, each of OU’s journals is available free of charge online.


Oklahoma Law Review

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The Oklahoma Law Review is OU Law’s flagship publication, published quarterly since its founding in 1948. Its student editors seek to serve OLR’s readership with timely and comprehensive analyses across the entire spectrum of legal issues. OLR alumni have served as U.S. senators, Oklahoma governors, state legislators, university presidents, and members of the judiciary.

American Indian Law Review

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Published twice a year, the American Indian Law Review was launched by a group of OU Law students in 1973 to provide a scholarly forum for the study of legal issues relevant to Native Americans and indigenous peoples around the world. AILR hosts one of the nation’s largest symposia on Native American law each spring, in partnership with OU’s Native American Studies Department and the Native American Law Students Association. The Review also holds an annual nationwide writing competition in Indian law.

ONE J: Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal

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Launched in the spring of 2015, OU Law’s newest journal publishes four issues a year. ONE J: Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal is a peer-reviewed publication, the first of its kind in the nation. Its student editors publish domestic and international legal scholarship on oil, gas, energy, and natural resources law, for the benefit of a worldwide readership that accesses ONE J content via various online platforms.

The OKJOLT Archive

The OU College of Law published the Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology from 2003-2015. OKJOLT was Oklahoma’s first online-only legal publication, as well as its first journal devoted to the convergence of technology and the law. OKJOLT’s student editorial boards published a range of articles and e-briefs each year, examining the impact of various technological innovations on state and federal law.


Digital Commons

Explore OU Law’s Digital Commons for the latest – and archived – journal issues.