Myanna F. Dellinger
Professor at the University of Oregon School of Law
After a successful first career in international communications and university instruction on two continents, Professor Dellinger graduated from law school at the top of her class at the University of Oregon School of Law (Order of the Coif). Professor Dellinger is an Associate Professor of Law with the University of South Dakota School of Law where she teaches Sales, Secured Transactions, Public International Law and International Environmental Law. She researches and writes extensively on the intersection between international business and environmental law as it relates to animals. She most recently wrote an article on trophy hunting to be published by Columbia Law School. This article challenges the idea that wealthy individuals are free to pay money to shoot rare species for “sport.”
Professor Dellinger is also the editor of the ContractsProfs Blog, where her blogs often address how to protect the weaker constituents of society such as animals and private consumers. She started and hosts the popular Global Energy and Environmental Law Podcast on iTunes. Professor Dellinger is the Chair of the International Environmental Law section of the American Branch of the International Law Association. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast and animal lover. She is also a federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator.