LL.M., Columbia University
J.D., University of Mississippi
B.A., University of Mississippi
Professor Parker finds his teaching areas intellectually stimulating from both a teaching and scholarly perspective for two reasons. First, each is among the most dynamic fields known to the common law. Second, all are intimately related to the field of personal injury.
Civil Rights Law
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
The Role of Prejudice in Resolving Insurance Condition Clause Disputes: The Good; The Bad; The Ugly, 47 U. Memphis L. Rev. 779 (2017).
The Search for Meaning in the Notice Requirements of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: A 30 for 30 Short, 43 Cap. U. L. Rev. 201 (2015).
Reconciling the Irreconcilable Conflict in Insurance Severability of Interests Clause Interpretation, 20 Conn. Ins. L.J. 61 (2014).
The Expansion of Defense Counsel Liability to Include Malpractice Claims by Insurance Companies: How the West Was Won, 46 Tort, Trial & Ins. Prac. L.J. 33 (2010).
Uninsured Motorist Law in Oklahoma, 34 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 363 (2009).
Company Liability For a Life Insurance Agent's Financial Abuse of an Elderly Client, 2007 Mich. St. L. Rev. 683 (2007).
The Made Whole Doctrine: Unraveling the Mystery Wrapped in the Enigma of Insurance Subrogation, 55 Defense L.J. (2006). Reprint. Previously published in 70 Mo. L. Rev. 723 (2005).
Understanding The Insurance Policy Appraisal Clause: A Four Step Program, 37 U. Tol. L. Rev. 931 (2006).
The Made Whole Doctrine: Unraveling the Mystery Wrapped in the Enigma of Insurance Subrogation, 70 Mo. L. Rev. 723 (2005).
The Automobile Liability Coverage Step-Down Clause: The Real Deal or Merely the Calm Before The Storm?, 51 Defense L.J. 559 (2002). Reprint. Previously published in Geo. Mason L. Rev. 33 (2001).
The Wacky World of Collision & Comprehensive Coverages: Intentional Injury & Illegal Activity Exclusions, 50 Defense L.J. 1 (2001) (lead article). Reprint. Previously published in 79 Neb. L. Rev. 75 (2000).
The Automobile Liability Coverage Step-Down Clause: The Real Deal or Merely the Calm Before The Storm?, 10 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 33 (2001).
The Wacky World of Collision & Comprehensive Coverages: Intentional Injury & Illegal Activity Exclusions, 79 Neb. L. Rev. 75 (2000).
The Common Fund Doctrine: Coming Of Age In The Law Of Insurance Subrogation, 48 Defense L.J. 259 (1999). Reprint. Previously published in 31 Ind. L. Rev. 313 (1998).
Replacement Cost Coverage: A Legal Primer, 34 Wake Forest L. Rev. 295 (1999).
The Common Fund Doctrine: Coming Of Age In The Law Of Insurance Subrogation, 31 Ind. L. Rev. 313 (1998).
Does Lack Of An Insurable Interest Preclude An Insurance Agent From Taking An Absolute Assignment Of His Client’s Life Policy?, 31 U. Rich. L. Rev. 71 (1997).
The Development of First-Party Extracontractual Remedies In Oklahoma: An Analytical Examination, 31 Tulsa L.J. 57 (1995).
When Johnny Came Marching Home Again: A Critical Review Of Contemporary Equal Protection Interpretation, 37 How. L.J. 393 (1995).
Parental Consortium: Assessing The Contours of The New Tort In Town, 64 Miss. L.J. 37 (1994).
Educational Malpractice: A Tort Is Born, 39 Clev. St. L. Rev. 301 (1991).
Equal Protect Minus Strict Scrutiny Plus Benign Classifications Equals? Equality of Opportunity, 11 Pace L. Rev. 213 (1991).
Affirmative Action: Protecting The Untenured Minority Professor During Extreme Financial Exigency, 17 N.C. Cent. L.J. 119 (1988).
Note, Civil Rights Legislation: Getting Black Executives Off First Base In Professional Team-Sports, 1986 Colum. Bus. Law Rev. 219 (1986).
Mississippi Laws of Damages (2015-16 ed., Thompson/West 2015) (1990).
Torts Law: Cases, Problems and Notes (with Lundy Langston & Blaine G. Le Cesne) (Harrison, 1992-2003).