The University of Tulsa College of Law faculty engage in cutting-edge research that informs and enhances their teaching and instills in the next generation of TU lawyers a commitment to excellence and professionalism. Our faculty members’ scholarship reflects a broad array of expertise and experience and appears in leading scholarly journals.
Their research helps to shape legal landscape of the United States and beyond. Here is a selection of some of their recent and forthcoming publications.
Warigia M. Bowman
Warigia M. Bowman, Dikos Nitsaa’igii-19: The Big Cough: Coal, COVID-19, and the Navajo Nation, Hastings Law Journal (2022).
Lyn Entzeroth, Textualism and Another Broken Promise: Retroactivity and McGirt v. Oklahoma, Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice (forthcoming).
Matt Lamkin, The Supreme Court Decision on Federal Prescribing Rules for Controlled Substances, Journal of the American Medical Association (2022).
Charles Adams & Mbilike M. Mwafulirwa, The Last Lecture: State Anti-SLAPP Statutes and the Federal Courts, 96 ST. JOHN’S L. REV. 1 (2022).
Russell Christopher, Rights Should Not Vary Based on Offense Severity, 55 Wake Forest Law Review 985 (2020).
Johnny Parker, Mississippi Law of Damages, 2022-2023 Edition, Mississippi Practice Series (Thomson Reuters, 2022).
Betsy Rosenblatt, User-Generated Transformation: IP, Social Justice, and Fanworks, in Handbook on Intellectual Property and Social Justice, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).
Professor Spoo was a 2020-21 Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) Fellow with Princeton University.
Robert Spoo, Fictions of Copyright: Charles Dickens and American Trade Courtesy, Erzählen und Recht / Narrative and Law, ed. Monika Fludernik and Frank L. Schäfer (Baden-Baden, Germany: Ergon, 2022), 55-70.
Sarah Cravens, Academic Conference Presentation, Regulating Judges in a Post-Truth Era, International Legal Ethics Conference IX, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, August 2022.
Joseph Isanga, The Intolerably Slow Implementation of African Women’s Rights and Its Impact on African Economic Development, Michigan State International Law Review (forthcoming).
Jide James-Eluyode, Rethinking the Role of Indigenous Peoples as Rightsholders, Stakeholders, and Valuable Market Participants in the Global Trade and Investment Spaces, Journal of International Economic Law, Volume 25, Issue 2, July 2022.
Ido Kilovaty, Availability’s Law, 88 Tennessee L. Rev. (2021).
Gwen Savitz, Reviewing Mixed Questions of Fact and Law in Administrative Adjudications: Why Courts Should Move to Substantially Established Facts, Villanova Law Review (forthcoming).