I had to look up the year! I first taught non-US students in TU’s LLM program in 2002, about a year after I returned from teaching in North Africa at the University of Tunis as a Fulbright visiting professor.
2. How did you come to teach Introduction to US Law and Legal System?
1. What took you to India this past summer?
I have always wanted to visit India since studying Indian history in college. Through the assistance of TU’s Vice Provost of Global Education, Cheryl Matherly, and the the Law School Dean Janet Levit, I was extended an invitation to teach a course on the “International Sale of Goods” at our law school’s partner university in India, the National Law School of India University- Bangalore this summer.
2. How did teaching in an Indian law classroom compare to teaching in a US law school classroom?
Written by Christy M. Caves and published by the Oklahoma Bar Journal, Vol. 84, No. 23, September 14, 2013
The University of Tulsa College of Law students proudly serve their school, their community and their profession. In support of the college’s belief in instilling a life-long commitment to public service, we have been working on new projects allowing our law students new opportunities to assist the underserved and underrepresented in our community.
On June 15, TU Law students, alumni and staff teamed up to provide critical legal assistance at a free immigration law clinic held at the Boesche Legal Clinic. The clinic was organized to provide assistance to individuals