With the semester in full swing, we have our first Tarlton Talk of 2013. This time, Professor Stanley Johanson will speak with us about his scholarly interests.
Our Tarlton Talks series offers an opportunity for students to meet faculty outside of the classroom and to hear how they approach their research and scholarship. For this talk, distinguished professor and eight-time Teaching Excellence Award winner Stanley Johanson will speak with us about his scholarly work.
Professor Johanson joined the faculty at the University of Texas School of Law in 1963. Today, he is a nationally recognized scholar in estate planning who teaches courses on Wills & Estates, Estate Planning, and Property. Professor Johanson has many writing credits to his name, including Wills, Trusts, and Estates, Texas Probate Code Annotated, and Wills in the Gilbert Law Summaries series. Moreover, he is famous for his teaching excellence, being a member of the inaugural group of professors elected to the University of Texas Academy of Distinguished Teachers in 1995 and most recently winning the UT law students’ Teaching Excellence Award in 2011 for the eighth time.
So join us to hear more about Professor Johanson’s research methods and scholarly interests. His Tarlton Talk will be on Wednesday, February 13, at 3:30pm in the Sheffield Room (TNH 2.111). Light refreshments will be served.