Barbara Bucholtz, LL.M, JD

Barbara Bucholtz, LL.M, JD
Professor of Legal Writing
College of Law
Law
918-631-3193 College of Law

Education

LLM – George Washington University JD – Valparaiso University BA – Mount Holyoke College

Bio

Professor Bucholtz received her J.D. from Valparaiso University of Law and her LL.M. in environmental law from George Washington University (with highest honors). Prior to joining the TU law faculty, she practiced corporate law, business litigation, class action litigation, and estate planning in the Chicago area and in Tulsa. She is a former law clerk for the Northern District of Oklahoma. She serves on the boards of several organizations in the business and the nonprofit sectors. Her teaching interests include contracts, sales, international private law, comparative corporate law, corporate law, securities law, international trade, American legal history and jurisprudence, the law of nonprofit organizations, and legal analysis and writing. She writes and speaks on topics that include international trade agreements, environmental law, and nonprofit associations.

Publications

Law Reviews

Books

  • Cognitive Theory and Legal Analysis (working title) (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming).

  • Barbara Bucholtz & Irma Russell, Mastering Contract Law (Carolina Academic Press, 2011).


  • The Little Black Book — A Do-It Yourself Guide for Law Student Competitions
    (with Martin A. Frey and Melissa L. Tatum) (Carolina Academic Press, 2001).

Book Chapters

  • Thinking Like a Lawyer, in A Life of Inquiry: 31 Invitations from Faculty Members at the University of Tulsa (John M. Henshaw ed., 2013).

  • Coase and the Control of Transboundary Pollution: The Sale of Hydroelectricity Under The United States – Canada Free Trade Agreement of 1988, in International Environmental Law Anthology (A. D’Amato and K. Engel eds., Anderson 1995). Reprint. Previously published in 18 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 279 (1991).

  • Barbara Bucholtz, Coase and the Control of Transboundary Pollution: The Sale of Hydroelectricity Under The United States – Canada Free Trade Agreement of 1988, 18 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 279 (1991).

Other

Courses Taught

  • Legal Writing III

Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Comparative Law
  • Journal of Comparative Law