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February 21, 2020


Oklahoma City University School of Law

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Disability and Access Services

Disability and Access Services [DAS] are integral to a student’s transition to higher education, particularly for those who need environmental adjustments (e.g. academic processes, dietary, and housing).

800 N. Harvey
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 208-6400

Email [email protected]

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Domestic Violence and the Law: A study of issues relating to domestic violence from legal, social, and psychological perspectives. The course will examine the historical development of domestic violence as a phenomenon. Students will consider abusive relationships including intimate partner violence, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, and bullying. Students will examine psychological dynamics of victimization including those peculiar to vulnerable populations such as immigrants, children, elderly, and the disabled. Students will study the behavior of the perpetrator as well as the victim of abuse, including the efficacy of batterer’s intervention programs.

University of Oklahoma College of Law (Norman)

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Accessibility and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

The Accessibility and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is an integral part of the University of Oklahoma. The ADRC is dedicated to inclusivity and helping to foster a sense of belonging by increasing accessibility for all students with disabilities, cultivating an environment of connectedness and belonging, and providing advocacy, resources, and support at all levels of education on all OU campuses.  The ADRC will strive to ensure equal access for all students with disabilities, determined by an interactive process with the student.  ADRC will work to advance knowledge and awareness around Inclusive (Universal) Design, including digital accessibility and structural accessibility, and will continue to provide support to students, faculty, staff, and other OU community members in virtual and physical spaces.  We endeavor to create a campus community that respects the diversity of persons with disabilities by providing educational opportunities, creating outreach to campus and community partners, and by facilitating accessible environments and experiences for all members of the University of Oklahoma.

730 College Avenue - University Community Center
Norman, OK  73019

Phone :(405) 325-3852
VP: (405) 217-3494
Fax: (405) 325-4491
Email: [email protected]

College of Law Policies (link)


Education Law Seminar: This course provides a legal perspective on the concept of equitable education in America. We will examine the laws and policies surrounding public education and consider how issues relating to race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, poverty, and disability combine to shape our education system. Specific topics likely will include the role of student discipline, freedom of student expression, freedom of religion in school set

Mental Health Law: This course will examine a variety of civil and regulatory issues pertaining to mental health care access, quality, liability, and finance. Particular attention will be given to: (1) federal and state mental health parity laws; (2) federal and state mandated mental health and substance use disorder benefit laws; (3) federal and state laws protecting the confidentiality of mental health and substance use disorder records; (4) federal and state regulation of interventions such as restraint, seclusion, and electroconvulsive therapy; (5) mental health care fraud and abuse, including prohibitions against kickbacks, false claims, and physician self-referrals; (6) civil liability and/or professional discipline for negligent failure to diagnose, negligent misdiagnosis, negligent treatment, negligent referral, injuries to patients by other patients with mental health conditions, patient injury following elopement, and patient suicide; (7) state law scope of practice issues for mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, advance psychiatric nurse practitioners, and licensed independent counselors; (8) state regulation of voluntary and involuntary inpatient and outpatient treatment and/or commitment; (9) legal issues implicated by special mental health conditions, such as opioid use disorder, gambling disorder, and disorders of consciousness; and (10) current issues in mental health law, including President Trump’s SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act of 2018 and the landmark March 2019 settlement between the State of Oklahoma and Purdue Pharma relating to the opioid crisis. Students who successfully complete this course will have the information and skills necessary to counsel and represent patients with mental health conditions in a variety of civil and administrative matters and to counsel and defend individual and institutional providers of mental health care as well as health insurers that provide mental health insurance benefits.tings, education reforms, and a review of the major local, state, and national trends in Education Law.

University of Tulsa College of Law

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Accessibility @ TU

The University of Tulsa is committed to full and equal access for all. Accessibility @ TU provides leadership and support through inclusive and affirming practices in all campus programs, initiatives, services, and aids.

Center for Student Academic Success (PDF)

The Center for Student Academic Success offers a comprehensive range of academic support services and disability accommodations for current students enrolled in the University. 

800 South Tucker Drive
Hardesty Hall, Second Floor
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

Phone: (918) 631-2315
Fax: (918) 631-3459

E-mail: [email protected]


Social Security Disability Law (LAW 5342): Overview of law governing administrative adjudication of appeals under Title II and Title XVI of the Social Security Act and implementing regulations, with emphasis on the disability determination and hearings process.

Employment Discrimination Law (LAW 5573): Emphasis on federal anti-discrimination in employment statutes, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, and the Equal Pay Act, as well as on selected state statutes.