Textualism and Another Broken Promise: Retroactivity and McGirt v. Oklahoma, Lyn Suzanne Entzeroth
32 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 235 (2023).
A Fiduciary Principle of Policing, Stephen R. Galoob
Crim. L. & Phil. (2023).
Introduction to Symposium on Policing and Political Philosophy, Stephen R. Galoob and Jake Monaghan
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Reviewing Mixed Questions of Fact and Law in Administrative Adjudications: Why Courts Should Move to “Substantially Established Facts”, Gwendolyn Savitz
Vill. L. Rev (forthcoming).
Threatening Nails with Wrenches: Why Military Contractor Misdeeds Abroad Should be Handled Using the Uniform Code of Military Justice Rather than the Current Civilian First Strategy, Gwendolyn Savitz
Charleston L. Rev. (forthcoming).
The Last Lecture: State Anti-SLAPP Statutes and the Federal Courts, Charles W. Adams and Mbilike M. Mwafulirwa
96 St. John's L. Rev. 1 (2022).
Connections Between Black Wall Street and Oklahoma's All-Black Towns, Warigia M. Bowman
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Dikos Nitsaa’igii-19 (“The Big Cough”): Coal, COVID-19, and the Navajo Nation, Warigia M. Bowman
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Decline of Coal as an Energy Resource, Warigia M. Bowman and Debbie Firestone
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The Moral Dilemma of 20th Century Interracial Rape, Russell L. Christopher
57 Tulsa L. Rev. 221 (2022).
Murder by Miranda, Russell L. Christopher and Clint A. Summers
55 UC Davis L. Rev. 1897 (2022).
Reconceiving Coercion-Based Criminal Defenses, Stephen R. Galoob and Erin Sheley
112 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 265 (2022).
Introduction—The Remains of the Day: Tulsa 1921:2021, Tamara R. Piety
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Rethinking Retroactive Rulemaking: Solving the Problem of Adjudicative Deference, Gwendolyn Savitz
56 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1239 (2022).
Copyright and the Modernist Archive: James Joyce’s Correspondence at Antwerp, Robert Spoo
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Fictions of Copyright: Charles Dickens and American Trade Courtesy, Robert Spoo
in Erzählen und Recht / Narrative and Law, eds. Monika Fludernik and Frank L. Schäfer (Baden-Baden, Germany: Ergon, 2022), 55-70.
Nestor, Robert Spoo
in The Cambridge Centenary Ulysses: The 1922 Text with Essays and Notes, ed. Catherine Flynn (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2022), 58-67.
Pedagogic Pound: "What is it the professors don’t know?", Robert Spoo
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The Joycean Public Domain and the Shape of Freedom, Robert Spoo
in The New Joyce Studies, ed. Catherine Flynn (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2022), 95-109.
The Law in its Difference: Institutional Competencies, Coercive Mechanisms, and Obscenity Law, Robert Spoo
Review of Jordan S. Carroll, Reading the Obscene: Transgressive Editors and the Class Politics of US Literature (Stanford Univ. Press, 2021), and Christopher Hilliard, A Matter of Obscenity: The Politics of Censorship in Modern England (Princeton Univ. Press, 2021). The New Rambler (Oct 7, 2022).
Oklahoma Renewable Energy Policy Encounters a COVID Roadblock: 2019-2020, Warigia M. Bowman and Debbie Firestone
7 Tex. A&M J. Prop. L. 512 (2021).
Sustainable Futures: An Agenda for Action (Book Review), Warigia M. Bowman and Rhyder Murree Jolliff
42 Energy L.J. 395 (2021).
How the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 Was (and Might Be) Forgotten, Stephen R. Galoob
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Prescription Psychedelics: The Road from FDA Approval to Clinical Practice, Matt Lamkin
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The Legal Implications of a Reservation of Rights Defense Examined in the Context of Recoupment of Defense Costs and Tripartite Conflicts of Interest, Johnny C. Parker and Tim J. Schaefer
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