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law educator , Social scientist

Pat L. Lauderdale, Law educator, social scientist ( law: pract. & administration)EnvironmentalInternational, publicNative Americanlaw educator, social scientist. Recipient Distinguished Teaching award University of Minnesota, 1979; Research and Travel award Cuba, Office of International Programs, 1980; Fulbright Research fellowship, Costa Rica, 1984, Fulbright Teaching and Research award, Austria, 1992.

Background

Lauderdale, Pat L. was born on October 19, 1948 in Cache, Oklahoma, United States. Son of T.E. and Almeta (Cantrell) L. Master of Science in Psychology, University Texas, 1969.

Education

Postgraduate (Woodrow Wilson fellow), Princeton University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, Stanford University, 1975.

Career

Visiting assistant professor University California-Santa Cruz, 1973—1974. Associate professor University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1974—1980. Professor justice studies, adjunct professor law Arizona State University, Tempe, since 1980, director Doctor of Philosophy and Juris Doctor program in justice, law and the social science, 1990—1991, 1995—1997.

Research director Center for Study of Justice. Visiting professor sociology and law Stanford University, 1987—1988, 1994—1995, visiting scholar-in-residence sociology, 1994—1995. Research consultant National Institute Justice.

Scholar-in-residence University Lecce, Italy, 2003. Fulbright senior specialist, 04.

Works

Membership

Alumni ambassador Stanford University, 1977—1979, 2000—2004. Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Association American Indians, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
T.E. Master of Science

mother:
Almeta (Cantrell) L. Master of Science