Excellent Outcomes

TU College of Law provides students with an outstanding legal education at an affordable cost and is ranked #31 in the nation by US News & World Report (2018 Edition) for graduate placement 10 months after graduation. The committed staff of the TU Law Professional Development Office (PDO) works with students to develop a personal career plan that appeals to his or her interests, talents and goals.

PDO services include:

• Career-related seminars and webinars
• One-on-one training and individual development plans
• Mock interviews
• On-campus interviews
• Nationwide alumni contacts and outreach
• Professional networking opportunities
• Job fairs and online job postings


Caroline Guerra Wolf (JD 2017)

Guerra Wolf is TU Law 2017's valedictorian. While a law student, Guerra Wolf completed a federal judicial externship with The Honorable Stephanie K. Seymour of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and an internship with U.S. District Court Judge John E. Dowdell. Guerra Wolf now embarks on a two-year federal judicial clerkship with Judge Dowdell. 

Brittany Deitch (JD 2017)

Deitch graduated from TU Law with highest honors in 2017. During her time in Tulsa, she externed with the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals, competed in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition, served as a teaching assistant and research assistant, and published a law review article in a peer-reviewed journal. 

M. Dalton Downing (JD 2018)

Dalton Downing, a third-year student at The University of Tulsa College of Law, editor-in-chief of the Tulsa Law Review and a Latham & Watkins Diversity Scholar, has accepted an associate position with the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. His work will focus on complex commercial litigation, private equity finance and mergers and acquisitions. This fall, he is externing with Judge Stephanie Seymour of the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.


Stephanie Jackson (JD 2018)

Stephanie Jackson received her first introduction to The University of Tulsa College of Law through her work as a police sergeant and detective supervisor at the Tulsa Police Department. “As the sergeant appointed to sign on immigration cases, I worked closely with TU’s immigration clinic and learned how I was affecting people’s lives,” said Jackson.