Faculty Enrichment

The University of Tulsa College of Law Faculty Workshop Series hosts legal scholars from across the nation and provides a forum for critical exchange on works-in-progress, as well as discussion of contemporary legal issues.

The workshops are held in the Dean's Conference Room, Noon-1:30pm on each Friday listed below. These workshops are limited to the College of Law Faculty, unless otherwise noted.

Faculty Workshop Series 2011-2012

Fall 2011
September 30, 2011

Douglas A. Berman, Robert J. Watkins/Procter & Gamble Professor of Law Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University "Freedom of Testation/Freedom of Contract".
October 7, 2011

Adam Benforado, Assistant Professor of Law, Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University "The Psychology of Retribution: Studying Human Intuitions about Punishment".
October 21, 2011
 

Daniel Morrissey, Professor of Law, Gonzaga University School of Law  "Income Inequality and Excessive Executive Compensation".
Spring 2012
February 3, 2012

Robin Craig, Associate Dean for Environmental Programs and Attorneys’ Title Professor of Law   "Making Administrative Law Amenable to Adaptive Management".
March 9, 2012 

Simon A. Cole, Associate Professor and Chair of Criminology, Law & Society "Individualization is Dead, Long Live Individualization! Split Testimony and the Reincarnation of Fingerprint Evidence in the Post-NAS Criminal Trial".
March 30, 2012 

Michael Fischl, Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School or Law "A Common Law for Labor Relations (Redux)".
April 20, 2012

Richard Monette, Associate Professor of Law, Director, Great Lakes Indian Law Center, University of Wisconsin Law School "State-Building in Indian Country: Reflections on Constitutions and Institutions in Indian Country".
April 27, 2012
  

Solangel Maldonado, Professor of Law, Seton Hall School or Law "Illegitimate Harm: Law, Stigma, and Discrimination Against Nonmarital Children".