Robert Paulsen has been busy this summer working as an intern with Judge Linda Morrissey and volunteering his time with the Dewey Bartlett campaign in Tulsa. Urban Tulsa Weekly sat down with Paulsen to get his thoughts on the importance of volunteer work.
The University of Tulsa College of Law is an international center for Native American Law education and debate. Last week’s Supreme Court decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl (better known as the ‘Baby Veronica case’) was a landmark ruling that resonated with the community and those who work closely with law.
Walter Echo-Hawk, TU College of Law adjunct professor, and alumna Sara Hill (JD ’03), Senior Assistant Attorney General of the Cherokee Nation, have allowed us to share their perspectives on the ruling.
Echo-Hawk’s comments were featured in a Native Times article this week, ‘Baby Veronica’ prompts reflection, prayer circles across Indian Country.
TU College of Law alumna Kelly Hunter Foster (JD ’96) comments on the current controversial sale of United States-based Smithfield Foods to Chinese-based Shuanghui. Hunter Foster is a member of The University of Tulsa College of Law’s Sustainable Energy Resources Law (SERL) Board of Visitors.