Joseph C. Long
J.D., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1963
LL.M., University of Virginia, 1972
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On July 1, 2001, Professor Joseph C. Long retired from The University of Oklahoma, concluding 31 years of distinguished service. He taught courses on agency and partnerships, corporations, and state and federal securities regulation.
Long began his legal education career in 1966 as an assistant professor at the University of South Dakota. He was appointed graduate fellow at the University of Virginia in 1968 and was named an assistant professor at Stetson University in 1969, finally joining the OU Law Faculty in 1970.
Long was admitted to the Missouri Bar and Illinois Bar in 1963. He was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar in 1975. He is former associate general counsel and consultant for the Oklahoma Securities Commission and former co-reporter for the Revised Uniform Securities Act, National Conference of Commissioners of Uniform State Laws.
Other professional affiliations include the Order of the Coif, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Long also is special counsel for the North American Securities Administration Association, Inc. He is the author of Blue Sky, published in two volumes in 1985 by Clark Boardman Co., and numerous teaching materials and law review articles.