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Karen Grundy JD

Associate Professor of Legal Writing College of Law
College of Law 918-631-2439
karen-grundy@utulsa.edu
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
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Biography

Karen Grundy teaches courses in legal writing and appellate advocacy. She has also practiced in the areas of civil and criminal litigation. She has extensive experience before the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals, the Oklahoma Supreme Court, and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and is frequently asked to speak on the topic of appellate advocacy. Grundy graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School where she served as Executive Editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Law Ethics and Public Policy. She has served as the Chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Appellate Practice Section and as the Chair of the ABA Tort and Insurance Practice Section's Appellate Advocacy Committee. Her practice areas include torts, medical malpractice, employment law, product liability litigation, civil rights defense and complex civil litigation. She is the author of numerous articles on appellate advocacy, and was a contributing author to the treatise The Amicus Brief. She has taught in the Legal Writing Program for 8 years. She has also taught Business Law in the Collins College of Business for 2 years.


J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School
B.A., Austin College


Torts
Healthcare Law
Civil Rights Litigation
Products Liability Litigation
Appellate Advocacy

Legal Writing
Appellate Advocacy


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Other


Karen Grundy, The Amicus Brief, ABA Press (1993)

Magazine/Trade Publications


Karen Grundy, Recent Developments in Federal Appellate Practice and Procedure, 1995

Karen Grundy, The ‘New’ New Judgment and Appeals Act, 1993

Karen Grundy, Evidentiary Use (and Misuse) of the Civil Defendant’s Financial Status, 66 1993