Not accurate, but no offense.
I transferred from OCU last year, now I’m at TX Tech, and I think the school is fantastic [I transfered to be close to my fiance, not because I dislike OCU!]. On the Plus
OCU Law just posted a 94% bar passage rate; that’s the 2nd highest in Oklahoma and Top 20 in the country.
Close to 3/4 of the faculty have an Ivy League degree, and the others clerked for federal judges.
It is VERY respected in the state of Oklahoma. I found jobs with ease and was personally told, by managing directors of the 2nd and 3rd largest firms in the state and FEDERAL JUDGES, that an OCU Law degree is stellar because of the vigorous schoolwork and the faculty is considered the top in the state.
The law school is moving downtown, or renovating their facilities within the next four years. Either way, it will be state of the art.On the negative
It is very expensive!
The school is located in a "rough" part of Oklahoma City.
An OCU JD is not very recognizable outside of Oklahoma or Texas due to the "rankings" from US News and Report.
I thought it was a great school, and I was sad to leave. I recommend taking a visit for yourself.