The Master of Jurisprudence programs at The University of Tulsa College of Law are pleased to offer an incredible lineup for this fall- we hope you can join us!

This is more than a MOOC – in this program you can ask questions and participate because your ideas and input are important and need to be a part of the discussion.


Please RSVP so that you receive updates about these speakers.  To RSVP please fill out the form to the right.



Speakers for Fall 2015 are:

  • 11/12/15 (5:30 pm Central Time) – Steve Katsaros – discussing energy justice and entrepreneurship in the developing world.  Steve recently authored a chapter in the Routledge-published book, International Energy and Poverty: the emerging contours
  • 11/19/15 (5:30 pm Central Time) – Mark Safty and Stuart Solomon – discussing renewable energy development and the role of utilities in the United States, particularly in light of the Clean Power Plan.  Mark also published in the emerging contours book, while Stuart is a member of TU Law’s Sustainable Energy and Resource Law Board of Visitors.
  • 12/3/15 (5:30 pm Central Time) – Zachary Hamilla – discussing the potential of arctic oil and gas resources.  Zachary created the naval intelligence Arctic analytic program and was Principal Analyst for the Arctic at the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI). 

To listen to prior pod casts, please click here.


Virtually in our Online Classroom. Click on the link to the left, and you can enter the classroom by providing your name and email address.  The Classroom will open about 15 minutes early. 


Professionals who wish to be proactive in their professional development

Attorneys eager to stay apprised of changes in the energy industry that impact their practice and their clients.

Those working in the energy policy space who want to hear from experts about the factors that must be considered when advocating for change.

Consumers of energy services. Any changes in the laws surrounding energy law impact us all!

COST:  Free!