Dr. Kern Alexander, President Murray State University,
Kentucky, kept us on track throughout the week.
Dr. Richard Flynn, Co-founder of the Oxford and Beijing
University Round Tables, provided humor and synthesis as
the discussions went on.
Ed Darden, Senior Staff Attorney NSBA, together with.....
Julie Lewis, staff attorney NSBA, and....
Julie Underwood, Executive Director and General Counsel,
NSBA, presented the topic
"Providing Children Education to Participate in a
Todd DeMitchell, Professor of Education, Sonoma State
University, California presented the topic "Blackstone's
Doctrine of In Loco Parentis applied to Sexual Abuse of
Lawrence Oldaker, Professor Emeritus University of Alaska,
"From the Magna Carta to the Constitution".
Johan Beckmann, Professor University of Pretoria, South
Africa, discussed "Parent Child Relationships in South
Justus Prinsloo, Advocate South African Teacher's Union,
presented "The Child's Right to Maintenance and Education".
Susan Clark, Assistant Professor, University of Akron Ohio,
discussed "American Public School Desegregation Efforts".
Margaret Chidester, of
Parker, Covert & Chidester, California
presented "Blackstone's Legacy for Contemporary American
Karen Michaelis, Assistant Professor Washington State
"The Politics of School Violence".
Mary Jane Wiseman, Associate Professor Winona State
University Minnesota delivered
"Faults and Fissures in the Wall of Seperation Doctrine".
Lorriane Wilson, Washinton State School Directors'
Association, spoke on "Church-State Relations and Religious
Liberty in the Context of Public Education".
Jim Davies General Counsel Edmonton Public Schools,
Canada presented "Sexual Abuse of Children: A Canadian
perspective on Direct and Vicarious Employer Liability".
Albert Miles, Professor of Higher Education, University of
Alabama discussed "Blackstone and the Americans with
Shenette Campbell, Coordinator Oxford Round Table kept
the program running smoothly.
Just in case you happened to think it was all
Our guide to the University
There is drama everywhere.
The Great Hall?
The original Bodleian Library building
Good King James and his gift to the Library.
Among the Dreaming Spires of Oxford.
John Taylor and his family
with Georgiana Miranda.
Sam and Robin Harben
of Gainesville Georgia.
Our faithful guide to the Bodleian Library.
We are sworn in as "Bodleian Readers" by
Dr Charles Mould Secretary Emeritus
Pembroke College quadrangle
Julie Underwood and Janet McCormick enjoy a Pimms in
the Pembroke College
It was my privilege to attend the conference and my pleasure to take these pictures and produce this page. If any of you want
the original digital photo of any of these pictures, please send me an email and let me know which ones you would like. In most
cases the original photos are considerably larger than the edited versions shown here. I truly enjoyed getting to know many of
you and look forward to seeing you at some point in the future. If you are ever in South Dakota, please look me up and let me
show you my State.