Faculty News Roundup

Saturday, March 31, 2007

A continuing effort to inform students, faculty, and the public the activities of faculty members of the University of Tulsa College of Law.

Professor Martin Belsky's article "Preparing New Students for Legal Practice in a ‘Flat World’" has been published in the Penn State International Law Review, Vol. 24, Number 4 (Spring 2006).

On Friday, March 23, Professor Janet Levit delivered a talk, “Bottom-Up Transnational Lawmaking,” at the University of Georgia School of Law’s International Law Colloquium, a weekly student/faculty colloquy that brings visiting scholars to campus to discuss issues pertinent to international law. The colloquy is hosted by Dan Bodansky, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Emily and Ernest Woodruff Chair in International Law.

Professor Judith Royster, whose invited article "Indian Water and the Federal Trust: Some Proposals for Federal Action" has been published in 46 Natural Resources Journal 375 (2006).

Professor Vicki Limas presented "Recent Developments in Employment Law in Indian Country" at the 5th annual Doing Business in Indian Country CLE, sponsored by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, March 9, 2007.

Professor Judith Royster presented "Rights-of-Way in Indian Country" at the 5th annual Doing Business in Indian Country CLE, sponsored by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, March 9, 2007.

On Friday, March 2, Professor Janet Levit presented a paper entitled “The Role of Private and other Informal Lawmaking Communities in Constituting International Trade Regimes” at Free Trade or Fair: The Softwood Lumber Dispute and Beyond, sponsored by the University of Idaho and held in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (a spectacular setting).

Professor Rex Zedalis' manuscript "When Do Activities of Private Parties Trigger WTO Law?" will appear in issue #2 of the 2007 volume of Oxford University Press' Journal of International Economic Law.