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OU Law Prof. Steven Gensler Speaks at UF College of Law

Last week, D. & W. DeVier Pierson Professor of Law Steven S. Gensler visited the University of Florida Levin College of Law where he was the Fall 2016 Distinguished E-Discovery Speaker. Prof. Gensler’s talk was titled “How E-Discovery Brought All Discover Back to Its Senses.” 

The E-Discovery Speaker Series at the Levin College of Law is one element of the college’s E-Discovery Project.

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OU Law Professors Promote International Engagement at Governor's Mansion

Last week, OU Law Professors Evelyn Aswad and Lindsay Robertson attended the 2016 Consular Summit Luncheon hosted by Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin. Consuls General from Germany, Spain, Panama, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan were in attendance along with Oklahoma government officials from the Governor’s cabinet, officials in the state legislature, and tribal governments as well as business leaders and academics.

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OU Law Prof. Monika Ehrman Sits on Yale Panel

Last week, Professor Monika Ehrman visited Yale University and participated in the university’s “A Century of American Conservation” series that features a number of panels focused on celebrating the centennial of the National Parks. The series is co-hosted by the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale Center on Environmental Law and Policy. Prof. Ehrman served as a panelist at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies for the discussion titled “Conflict and Cooperation: Energy Development on Public Lands.”

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OU Law Prof. Stephen Henderson Testifies on Drone Usage at Oklahoma State Senate

OU Law Prof. Stephen Henderson testified before the Oklahoma State Senate's Public Safety Committee this week on the use of drones. The committee is investigating a possible state policy on drone usage and the implications for constitutional rights. To read more about Prof. Henderson's testimony and the Oklahoma Senate's study, click here. Photo courtesy of McCarville Report. 

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OU Law 2L Abby Meaders Works on Human Rights Issues at U.S. State Department

I was honored to serve as an intern for the United States Department of State this past summer in Washington, D.C. in the Office of Multilateral and Global Affairs (MLGA). MLGA is an office within the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, which acts as one of the main intermediaries between the U.S. Government and the United Nations (UN), and works on global democracy issues in internet freedom and business and human rights.

My first week in D.C.

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