Faculty News - May 2010

Thursday, May 20, 2010

TOM ARNOLD
Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Completed with his coauthors the 2009 update of Accountants’ Liability by Goldwasser, Arnold, & Eickemeyer.
• Completed with his coauthor the 2009 update of volumes 3A, 3B and 3C of Vernon’s Oklahoma Forms: Business Organizations by Arnold and Cooper.


MARIANNE BLAIR
Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Quoted in the New York Times article on international adoptions entitled “In Lawsuit on Adoption, Focus Is on Disclosure.”


BARBARA BUCHOLTZ
Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Article entitled “Doing Well by Doing Good and Vice Versa: Self-Sustaining NGO/Nonprofit Organizations” was published in the Journal of Law and Policy.

LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Presented the paper entitled “Hegemony Revisited: Rebalancing the Roles of the Three Governance Sectors in a Global Economy,” at the annual Global Studies Conference in Dubai.


MARGUERITE CHAPMAN
Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Health Law Certificate
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Presented a paper entitled “Ethical Issues In Dealing with Elderly Clients” to the LIFE Senior Service Seminar for Attorneys “Surfing the Age Wave and Its Impact on Your Practice.”
• Presented a paper entitled “Living Organ Donation in the United States: The Role of Ethics Committees in Policy Formulation and Implementation,” to the UNESCO International Conference on Bioethics Committees in Zefat, Israel.
• Spoke to the Tulsa Global Alliance: Tiberias, Israel Sister City Program at the Jewish Community Center regarding her paper “Living Organ Donation in the United States: The Role of Ethics Committees in Policy Formulation and Implementation.”
• Led a session entitled “Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Jewish Medical Ethics and the Gift of Life” for the Jewish Medical Ethics Series sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Tulsa Adult Studies Institute.
• Presented “Recent Developments in Medical Genetics (Canavan’s Disease Litigation and Related Cases)” to the Luncheon Roundtable of the Center for Genetic Testing at Saint Francis Hospital.


RUSSELL CHRISTOPHER
Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Article entitled “A Political Theory of Blackmail: A Reply to Professor Dripps” was published in Criminal Law and Philosophy.


LYN ENTZEROTH
Professor of Law
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Served as a panelist for the forum “Gain Perspective and Understanding of the New Health Care Law: Presentation and Debate from the Right and the Left on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010,” at Tulsa Community College.


SAM HALABI
Assistant Professor of Law (beginning June 2010)
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Presented a briefing at the United Nations Briefing Series on Global Aging on access to health and social inclusion.
• Served as a panelist on “Problems of Defining the Right to Health” at Beloit College in Beloit, Wisc.


VICKI LIMAS
Professor of Law
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Participated in a panel entitled “Beyond ‘Traditional Tribal Activities’: Sovereign Immunity in Commercial Law” at the 35th annual Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference in Santa Fe, N.M.


JOHNNY PARKER
Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Article entitled “Uninsured Motorist Law in Oklahoma” was published in the Oklahoma City University Law Review.


TAMARA PIETY
Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Professor of Law
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Participated in a debate entitled “Citizens United v. FEC” with Professor Bradley A. Smith of Capital University Law School. The event was hosted by the TU chapter of the Federalist Society.

PUBLICATIONS
• Served as a guest blogger from April 26 to May 12 on TheConglomerate.org, one of the ABA's Top 100 blogs.


G. WILLIAM RICE
Associate Professor of Law and Codirector of the Native American Law Center
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Spoke on the subject of Native Americans and the environment at the Earth Day dedication of the new Cherokee Indigenous Garden at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C.
• Participated in a panel entitled “Decolonization of Indian Tribal Leadership” for the Oklahoma Native Leader’s Initiative Program sponsored by the Pawnee National College.


ROBERT SPOO
Associate Professor of Law
PUBLICATIONS
• Article entitled “Ezra Pound’s Copyright Statute” will be included in the Copyright Annual Anthology as one of the prior year’s notable scholarly works on copyright.


HANNAH WISEMAN
Assistant Professor of Law (beginning June 2010)
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES
• Moderated the panel entitled “Marcellus Policy Approaches” at the Marcellus Shale Policy Conference at Duquesne University.

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