Named in honor of the late United States Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan Jr., the Brennan Lecture provides a forum for eminent jurists and scholars to examine timely issues in the field of state constitutional law. The Brennan Lecture is sponsored by OCU LAW’s Center for the Study of State Constitutional Law and Government.
The Quinlan Lecture
The Quinlan Lecture is named for Oklahoma native and long-time Oklahoma City University law professor Wayne Quinlan. Professor Quinlan taught at Oklahoma City University from 1952 until his death in 1981, and served as a Special Justice of the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 1966 and 1967. His love of constitutional law and American history inspired the faculty to name this annual lecture in his honor.
McAfee & Taft Jurist in Residence
In 2008 Oklahoma City University School of Law partnered with Oklahoma City firm McAfee & Taft to create
the McAfee & Taft Jurist-in-Residence program, which brings respected members of the bench to the Oklahoma City University campus
to meet with students, faculty and members of the Oklahoma City legal community in a unique educational opportunity.
INTEGRIS Law & Medicine Lecture
With a grant from INTEGRIS Health, Oklahoma City University School of Law will present a series of lectures on the intersection of health care and law.
The INTEGRIS Law & Medicine Lecture series began in 2011.