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The Law of Nations and Britain's Quest for Naval Security

Scott Keefer (JD ’98) Publishes

Scott Keefer (J.D. ’98), Lecturer at Bournemouth University, U.K. has just published The Law of Nations and Britain’s Quest for Naval Security: International Law and Arms Control, 1898-1914). The author uses legal and historical analysis to investigate how the great... MORE

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Professor Wins Award

University of Tulsa Adjunct Professor and Tulsa Juvenile Court chief Judge Doris Fransein recently accepted the Parent Child Center’s Guardian Angel award. Judge Fransein received the award for her work with the Safe Babies Court project, a pilot project of... MORE

Conference Materials

Thank you for attending the 31st Annual Midwest Regional Clinical Legal Education Conference in Tulsa. Conference materials are now available for download below: Clinical Education and Tele-Law: Legal Services Beyond “Boundaries” (PDF) Martina E. Cartwright, Thurgood Marshall School of Law... MORE

Faculty Scholarship Update

The latest works from The University of Tulsa College of Law faculty Stephen Galoob Associate Professor of Law Professor Galoob’s essay (with Ethan Leib), “Fiduciary Political Theory: A Critique,” was published in 125 Yale Law Journal 1820 (2016). Professor Galoob’s forthcoming publications... MORE

TU Law welcomes the Class of 2019

The University of Tulsa College of Law welcomed the incoming Class of 2019 August 15–18 for Foundations of Legal Study orientation week. FLS week included dinners with Dean Entzeroth and the faculty, professional development sessions, a presentation and luncheon at the Federal... MORE