Catherine M. Cullem Is Leaving the University of Tulsa College of Law

Catherine M. Cullem is leaving the law school at the University of Tulsa after nearly 30 years on its faculty. She will soon begin working as an attorney for Deborah Barnes of the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.

Professor Cullem is a graduate of C.W. Post College of Long Island University. She graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 1980 and joined the faculty there in 1982. During her career she has served as associate dean, vice dean, and interim dean. Throughout most of her career, her teaching has focused on legal writing. In 2002, she was awarded the university’s Outstanding Teaching Award.

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  1. Jean Marie Lacobee says:

    I don’t know if you will receive this. I hope you do. I also hope you remember me. You made a lasting impression on me. You were kind and we could relate in our Catholic upbringing. Thirty years is a long time. Think of the lives you have touched. Unfortunately, the profession has not been kind to me. I hope you have enjoyed the next step in your journey. You may not be in the job stated. I hope this note finds you retired and happy. I am not retired but I can say I am happy.

    I just wanted to reach out to you. I googled you and this is what I found. I don’t know if you have a way to get to this information, but I am trying to track down the attorney I interned with. All I can remember is his first name was Bill and he was a cat enthusiast.

    God bless you. I wish you happiness. hope this reaches you.

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