"Issue Preclusion in the Law of Spain: Cosa Juzgada Positiva, in Law and Justice in a Multi-State World: A tribute to Arthur von Mehren" (Nafziger and Symeonides, ed.)(2002); "Jurisdiction in Civil Actions," 3d ed. (with William Richman)(1998); "Jurisdiction and Forum Selection" 2d. ed. (1999); Kansas Code of Civil Procedure Annotated, 4th ed. (with the late Hon. Spencer Gard) (2003); Res Judicata (with Kevin Clermont) (2001); "Jurisdiction in Civil Actions at the End of the Twentieth Century: Forum Conveniens and Forum Non Conveniens," 7 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 91 (1999); "Personal Jurisdiction in Federal Question Cases," 70 Texas Law Review 1589 (1992); "Long-Arm Jurisdiction in Admiralty Tort Cases," 4 Maritime Law Reporter, No. 2 (1993).
Civil procedure, especially comparative civil procedure.
S.J.D., Harvard, 1979; J.D., Michigan, 1957; M.A., Kansas, 1952; A.B., Kansas, 1950.
Kansas 1957, Minnesota 1958.
Instructor, University of Michigan School of Law, 1957-1958; Attorney, Streater & Murphy, MN 1958-1959; Assistant Professor 1959-1962; Associate Professor, 1962-1964; Professor of Law, 1964-1981; John H. & John M. Kane Professor of Law 1981 to 1997; John H. & John M. Kane Professor of Law Emeritus, 1997 to Present. Visiting Professor: UCLA 1969-1970; Illinois 1973-1974; California-Hastings 1979-1980; University of Vienna Spring 1986; Michigan Fall 1986; London Law Consortium, 1995, Emory University, 2001-2002.
American Law Institute; Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of the Coif; International Association for Procedural Law; Civil Code Advisory Committee of the Kansas Judicial Council.