Robert Spoo Helps TU Law

The University of Tulsa Board of Trustees has approved TU Law Professor Robert Spoo as the next Chapman Distinguished Chair in Law. The position runs for three years.

“I am pleased and honored to assume the Chapman Chair in Law,” Spoo says. “It’s a privilege, and I want to thank the Advisory Committee for recommending me, the TU Board of Trustees for approving this measure, and Dean Janet Levit for her extraordinary support for academic and professional excellence in the Law College.”

The Chapman Chair was established in 1984 as part of the College’s commitment to excellence in legal education, and it became a permanent position in 1992. Qualified candidates possess a terminal degree in their field from a highly-regarded program, along with strong scholarly credentials and proven records of publication and public service. The position provides funds for and encourages research.

Spoo recently finalized a contract with Oxford University Press to publish his next book, Modernism and the American Public Domain, this year.

Updated 01-23-2012

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