Dennis J. Tuchler, J.D.
Since joining the School of Law in 1965, Tuchler has taught courses in commercial transactions, administrative law, federal courts, municipal corporations, remedies, civil procedure, legislation and conflict of laws. His current scholarship explores whether there is a more efficient way of handling oral arguments in appellate cases than the system has now. He is also working on an article concerning the ethical limits to attorney/client discretion. His article, “Unavoidable Conflicts of Interest and the Duty of Loyalty,” won the 2000 Thompson & Mitchell Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship.