Sarah A. Seo, a legal scholar of criminal law and procedure in the 20th century United States, will speak at a public lecture set for noon on Thursday, Sept. 12, in the Kerr Student Lounge at the OU College of Law.
Facebook representatives are gathering in Norman, Oklahoma, to discuss one of the social networking giant’s most pressing issues: the creation of an independent review board to provide oversight on a variety of the company’s content decisions.
On June 3 and 4, OU Law hosted tribal business leaders, government officials and legal scholars from around the world for an examination of topics relevant to indigenous trade, tribal governments and international business.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit cited OU Law Professor Sarah Burstein’s article, “The Patented Design” (83 Tenn. L. Rev. 161, 212 (2015)), in a design patent infringement decision.
Prof. Chris Odinet, together with three other nationally recognized legal scholars, has co-authored one of the leading casebooks on property law used in American legal education, American Property Law .
In his new book, Foreclosed: Mortgage Servicing and the Hidden Architecture of Homeownership in America, Professor Chris Odinet provides a revealing look at the 2008 housing crash and its aftermath – including an analysis of abuses that continue to be inflicted upon homeowners as well as possible solutions.
The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit recently cited OU Law Professor Steven Gensler’s Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rules and Commentary (2018 edition) in an opinion involving a missing painting.
“The Right to Counsel in Criminal Cases: Still a National Crisis?,” an article co-authored by OU Law Professor Mary Sue Backus and William and Mary Law School Professor Paul Marcus, is slated for fall publication in Volume 86 of the George Washington Law Review .