Selected Publications & Presentations
Tammy Pettinato Oltz, Ed., LAWYERING SKILLS IN THE DOCTRINAL CLASSROOM (forthcoming 2020).
Tammy R. Pettinato and Anne Mullins, NORTH DAKOTA LEGAL RESEARCH (2016).
Tammy Pettinato Oltz, A Luddite's Guide to Teaching Legal Technology, in LAWYERING SKILLS IN THE DOCTRINAL CLASSROOM (forthcoming 2020).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, LGBTQ Rights Under Title VII, in DAVID HOLT, ED., SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITIES, AND THE LAW (2018).
Tammy R. Pettinato, Employment Discrimination Against Ex-Offenders: The Promise and Limits of Title VII Disparate Impact Theory, 98 Marq. L. Rev. 831 (2014).
Tammy R. Pettinato, Defying “Common Sense?”: The Legitimacy of Applying Title VII to Employer Criminal Records Policies, 14 Nev. L. J. 770 (2014).
Tammy R. Pettinato, The Custody Catch-22: Post-Interrogation Release as a Factor in Determining Miranda Custody, 65 Ark. L. Rev. 799 (2013).
Tammy R. Pettinato, Legal Information, The Informed Citizen, and The FDLP: The Role of Academic Law Librarians in Promoting Democracy, 99 Law Libr. J. 695 (2007).
Tammy R. Pettinato, Transforming Marriage: The Transformation of Intimacy and the Democratizing Potential of Love, 9 J. L. & Fam. Stud. 101 (2007).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, Can a Computer Be a Lawyer?, The Gavel (Winter 2019).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, University of North Dakota Law Library Wins Grant to Help Bring Legal Information to Rural Communities, 41 WestPac News 5 (Spring 2018).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, Jumping the Snark: Are Humor and Sarcasm Ever Appropriate in Legal Writing?, The Gavel (Fall 2017).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, Relinquishing Legal Research, The Second Draft (Fall 2017).
Tammy R. P. Oltz, Three Legal Writing Lessons from Gorsuch’s First Opinion, The Gavel (Summer 2017).
- Presenter, Social Media in (and Out of) the Courtroom, Legal Services of North Dakota Winter CLE, December 2019 (with Ariana Meyers).
- Chair and Moderator, Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession, State Bar Association of North Dakota, Women Lawyers Section, September 2019.
- Organizer, Legal Tech Bootcamp, at the University of North Dakota School of Law, April 2019.
- Presenter, Legal Research Just-In-Time: A New Approach to Integrating Legal Research into the Legal Writing Curriculum, at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, September 2018 (with Denitsa Mavrova-Heinrich).
- Presenter, #MeToo: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, at the University of North Dakota School of Law, Buzz Session, April 2018.
- Presenter, Teaching Professionalism or Teaching Conformity: When Does Teaching Students to Fit in Go Too Far?, at the University of Maryland School of Law, Capital Area Legal Writing Conference, March 2016.
- Invited Panelist, Employment Discrimination, at the University of North Dakota School of Law, Helen Hamilton Day, March 2016.
- Invited Panelist, Ethics, Professionalism, and the Generational Divide, at North Carolina Central University, Southeast-Southwest People of Color Conference, March 2015.
- Presenter, Special Challenges for Law Students from Lower Socio-Economic Backgrounds, at Duquesne University School of Law, Fourth Colonial Frontier Legal Writing Conference, December 2014.
- Presenter, Using Innovative Pedagogy to Improve Learning, at Stanford Law School, Fourth Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, September 2014 (with Anne Mullins).
- Presenter, Helping Students Find Their Professional Identity, at UNLV Law School, 14th Annual Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, March 2014 (with Anne Mullins).
- Invited Panelist, Civil Rights, Social Justice, and the Town of Leith, Cobbsville? A White Supremacist Takeover in Leith, North Dakota?, UND Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies, October 2013.
- Presenter, Employment Discrimination Against Ex-Offenders: The Promise and Limits of Title VII, at UNLV Law School, Labor and Employment Law Colloquium, September 2013.
- Panel Moderator, Constitutional Law: Powers, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference, August 2013.
- Presenter, Fun with Big Words: Using Interactive Games in the Legal Writing Classroom, at the University of Buffalo Law School, Empire State Legal Writing Conference, June 2012 (with JoAnne M. Sweeny).