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Patrick Luff

Patrick Luff returned to central Texas to found the Luff Law Firm after several years as a professor of law. During his time at the University of Oklahoma, Arizona State University, and Washington and Lee University, he taught courses on legislation and statutory interpretation, civil procedure, and administrative law. He also spent time a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, Germany.

Patrick received his Bachelor of Arts in Government from the University of Texas in Austin and his Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School, where he graduated cum laude and served as an executive editor of the Michigan Law Review. He then pursued doctoral work the University of Oxford.

In addition to teaching, Patrick has written extensively on judicial and administrative efforts to regulate risk. His most recent scholarship has appeared in the Arizona State Law Journal, the Connecticut Law Review, and the Utah Law Review.

Patrick Luff of Luff Law Firm
Selected Publications:
Selected Presentations
  • Evaluating the Regulatory Impact of the Tobacco Litigation, Arizona State University Legal Scholars Conference, March 2014.
  • Regulating Firearms Through Litigation, “The Second Amendment and Gun Control,” Connecticut Law Review Symposium, November 2013.
  • Captured Legislatures and Public-Interested Courts, Junior Federal Courts Workshop, October 2013.
  • Evaluating the Regulatory Impact of the Tobacco Litigation, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Junior Faculty Colloquium, September 2013.
  • Public- and Private-Interest Judicial Decisionmaking, Mid-Atlantic Law and Society Association, October 2012.
  • Public and Private Interests in Judicial Risk Regulation, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Junior Faculty Forum, June 2012.
  • Legal Innovation as Court-Centered Risk Regulation, Yale Law School Doctoral Scholarship Conference, December 2011.
  • Risk Regulation and Regulatory Litigation, Queen Mary PhD Conference, Queen Mary, University of London, June 2011.
  • Aggregate Litigation as Regulation and the Public/Private Law Distinction, Oxford Graduate Legal Research Conference, University of Oxford, April 2010.

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