I came to the United States (Tulsa, Oklahoma) for the first time in 2001 with a green card while still in law school in Nigeria. I inquired about TU and switching over to continue with my law degree then but decided to return to Nigeria and complete my LLB there. So I got to hear about TU and the law school from my parents who were based here in Tulsa.
2. Why did you decide to come to TU College of Law for your LLM?
More than one hundred of the world’s most prominent and successful companies in the energy industry gathered in Denver, Colorado August 12-14, 2013, for the inaugural Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC). Companies including Chevron, ConocoPhilips, Anadarko, Saudi Aramco, and Encana – just to name a few – displayed the most cutting edge technology being used to succeed in today’s fast-moving and progressive energy industry.
I heard about TU from the LSAC. I actually applied for admission to four Law Schools through LSAC, and was offered admission by all, but I chose TU because of the energy law concentration program.