A graduate of Harvard University Law School, Phillip DeLaTorre joined the KU law faculty in 1980 following private law practice in Kansas City, Mo. His teaching and scholarship focus on intellectual property, property, and oil and gas law. He has a strong interest in civil rights issues and serves as on the Kansas Human Rights Commission and on the Kansas Advisory Commission to the U.S. commission on Civil Rights. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Texas School of Law, the University of San Diego School of Law, and the University of Iowa College of Law.
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"Survey of Kansas Oil and Gas Law," 41 Kansas Law Review 691 (1993); "Recent Developments in Kansas Oil and Gas Law," 37 Kansas Law Review 907 (1989).
Intellectual property, oil and gas law.
J.D., Harvard, 1978; B.A., Kansas, 1975.
Missouri 1978, Kansas 1979.
Associate, Watson, Ess, Marshall & Enggas, Kansas City, Mo., 1978-80; Associate Professor, University of Kansas, 1980-85; Professor, University of Kansas, 1985-present; Visiting Professor, University of Texas, 1985-86, San Diego, 1988-89; Consortium Professor, London, Fall 1990.
Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Lawrence Housing Authority, 1987-88; Commissioner, Kansas Human Rights Commission, 1991-present; Kansas Advisory Commission, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1994-present.