William B. Turner, Ph.D., J.D. is not licensed to practice law in the state of Oklahoma at the moment. He earned his J.D. at the University of Wisconsin, where he wrote onto the flagship law review, which published his comment, a PDF of which is available here. He now has a total of eight law review articles in print. Turner practiced law for several years in Wisconsin, focusing mostly on family law and criminal defense. He cooperated with several other attorneys in Madison, Wisconsin to defend the citizens who received citations for singing in the Wisconsin State Capitol in 2012 and 2013.
One of the areas of Turner’s historical research is the history of public policy, especially civil rights policy. He has conducted historical research in two presidential libraries as well as numerous other libraries and archives. Immediately after law school, he conducted research into the racial desegregation of Emory University and pioneering affirmative action program at its law school. Three of his law review articles rest on that research.
Turner’s resume is available here. Please ask for writing samples, either court filings or academic work.
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