Faculty Colloquy Series

Professors from across the country are invited to share their latest research with the faculty at The University of Tulsa College of Law during the annual faculty colloquy series.


2016–2017 Guest Scholars


November 18, 2016

Excerpts from Detention in a Liberal State
Alec Walen, Professor of Law and Philosophy, Rutgers University


January 27, 2017

(Title TBA)
Melissa Mortazavi, Associate Professor of Law, The University of Oklahoma College of Law


February 10, 2017

Architectural Copyright
Kevin Emerson Collins, Professor of Law, Washington University School of Law


April 7, 2017

Six Years After the Arab Spring: Are Muslim Women Better Off?
Adrien Katherine Wing, Associate Dean for International and Comparative Law Programs, Bessie Dutton Professor of Law, The University of Iowa College of Law


2015–2016 Guest Scholars

September 11, 2015

Jurisdiction Over Data in the Cloud
Andrew K. Woods, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Kentucky College of Law


September 18, 2015

International Copyright and Domestic Exceptions: WIPO, Treaties, and the Politics of Libraries
Kenneth D. Crews, Faculty Member, Columbia Law School and the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center


November 13, 2015

Interpretive Approaches to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Lumen "Lou" Mulligan, Earl B. Shurtz Research Professor of Law, Director, Shook, Hardy and Bacon Center for Excellence in Advocacy, University of Kansas School of Law


December 4, 2015

Patent(ed) Medicine: Enablement and Reproductibility in Patented Drugs
Jacob S. Sherkow, Associate Professor of Law, New York Law School, Affiliated Faculty, Innovation Center for Law and Technology


February 5, 2016

Should Cities Regulate Economics?: The Legacy of Smokestack Chasing and the New Digital Disruption
Stephen R. Miller, Associate Professor of Law, University of Idaho College of Law – Boise


February 19, 2016

A Field Experiment of Democratic Experimentalism
Daniel E. Ho, William Benjamin Scott and Luna M. Scott Professor of Law, Stanford Law School


March 4, 2016

Double Deference in Administrative Law
Emily Hammond, Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School


April 15, 2016

Hot Money: Short-Term Wholesale Funding and the Next Crisis
Jennifer Taub, Professor of Law, Vermont Law School