The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma offers a variety of community outreach programs to increase public awareness about the role and function of the federal courts. These programs are available upon request and free of charge to all persons in the community that the court serves. The programs include the opportunity to tour the courthouse, observe court proceedings, and meet with the judges, officers, and staff that comprise the court family.
The court provides the use of courtrooms for high school and law school students to participate in mock trials. To reserve courtrooms you should contact Mark C. McCartt, Clerk of Court, at (918) 699-4700.
The court offers tours of court space to school classes, scout groups and other organizations. To arrange a tour please contact Melissa Tarwater at (918) 699-4700.
- Federal Court System in the United States
- Federal Courts and What They Do
- Glossary of Legal Terms
- Historical Documents
- Inside the Federal Courts
- U.S. Courts Educational Resources
- Understanding the Federal Courts