TU College of Law Names Professorship Recipients

Dean Janet K. Levit has named professors William G. Hollingsworth and Rex J. Zedalis as the first Phyllis Hurley Frey Professors of Law at The University of Tulsa College of Law.
The Phyllis Hurley Frey Professorship was established in September 2009 by Martin A. Frey, professor emeritus, in memory of his wife.
Hollingsworth, a law professor who joined the faculty in 1975, was named to the position for the 2009-2010 academic year. He has been an IndoAmerican Fellow at the American Institute for Indian Studies in New Delhi and received the Sterling Graduate Law Fellowship from Yale Law School. He teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, jurisprudence, and mental health law. He intends to retire at the end of the fall semester.
Zedalis, who joined the faculty in 1981, has been selected to fill the professorship upon Hollingsworth’s retirement through the 2011-2012 academic year. He serves as director of the TU’s Comparative and International Law Center and is a fellow of the law school’s Sustainable Energy & Resources Law Program. A frequently published author, Zedalis’ scholarship explores the interface between international law and energy/commercial endeavors.



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