- Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Experiential Learning
- Assistant Professor of Law
B.S., Medical Technology, Oklahoma State University, 1972
University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, 1972
Internship Medical Technology, 1976
J.D., with Highest Honors, University of Oklahoma, 1993
Gail Mullins received a bachelor's degree in Medical Technology from Oklahoma State University and completed a clinical internship at The University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, where she was named the Outstanding Student in her graduating class. She is certified as a Specialist in Hematology by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
Ms. Mullins received a J.D. with highest honors from The University of Oklahoma where she received the Nathan Scarritt Law Prize, the James F. Hawes Memorial Cup Award, the McKinney Stringer & Webster Scholarship, the West Publishing Scholarship, the Phi Delta Phi National Scholarship, and eight American Jurisprudence Awards. She served as Note Editor for the Oklahoma Law Review and was a member of the Order of the Coif. She published Family Law: Placement of Child Support Liens on Life Insurance Proceeds After Death of the Insured in Abrego v. Abrego, 45 Okla. L. Rev. 717 (1992).
Ms. Mullins is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Legal Writing Institute. She has served as adjunct faculty in the Legal Research and Writing program, has been in the private practice of law, including serving as a lobbyist to the Oklahoma state legislature. She teaches Legal Research, Writing & Appellate Advocacy I and II; Intermediate Legal Writing: Introduction to Drafting; Bioethics; and Introduction to Legal Drafting in the Oil, Gas & Energy Law Master’s program.
- Bioethics & Law Seminar
- Intermediate Legal Writing: Introduction to Drafting
- Legal Foundations
- Introduction to Legal Drafting 6522
Member of the Oklahoma Bar Association
Member of the American Bar Association
Member of the Legal Writing Institute
Family Law: Placement of Child Support Lien on Life Insurance Proceeds after Death of the Insured in Abrego v. Abrego, 45 Okla. L. Rev. 717 (1992).
The Moot Court Advisor's Handbook 43-106 (Carolina Academic Press 2015).
Who Am I? What's in My Future? Who Has the Right to Know? Nondiscrimination and Privacy in Genetic Testing, Okla. B. J. 7 (May 2018).