Oklahoma City University School of Law reference librarians hold both a J.D. and a master's degree in library science. The reference librarians are able to answer questions about conducting legal research using paper and online sources and questions about finding the case law, statutes, administrative rules, treatises and monographs.
The law library also trains a few talented law students to provide reference assistance to their peers. A reference librarian or student reference assistant is available six days a week during the fall and spring semesters. Reference hours may fluctuate during summer.
Reference librarians will not provide legal advice but will assist by providing instruction on locating legal information.
The law library has created a number of LibGuides and research guides on various subjects. These guides are a useful starting point for conducting research as they provide a general overview of the subject and list important library and internet resources. All LibGuides, pathfinders, and research guides are accessible at: http://libguides.okcu.edu/lawlibrary.
Practice exams are exclusively available electronically, and each one is posted with faculty approval. To access practice exams, click on the link above, log into TWEN, then click the "Practice Exams" link on the left of the page. Exams are sorted by course and then by faculty name. If you don't see a particular exam, it has not been made available to us.
Previous years' Oklahoma Bar Exams are available for Bar study purposes via the "Past Bar Exams" link on the TWEN page. Exams are sorted by date, with the oldest available at the top. Print copies of these exams can be found in the Law Library's Oklahoma Collection at call number KFO 1276 .O52. OCU Law's Academic Achievement department also has links to previous years' Bar exams and study tips here.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please call the Law Library at 405-208-5461 or email Susan Urban.