Joshua M. Snavely, M.B.A., J.D., LL.M.

Joshua M. Snavely, M.B.A., J.D., LL.M.
Joshua M. Snavely, M.B.A., J.D., LL.M.
Dean, School of Business
School of Business
Moore Hall
Phone: 
405-466-3275

 

Academic Area:  Dean, School of Business

Research Interests:

Cyber and homeland security, foreign relations, military justice, and international law

Academic Degrees:

·     University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, VA, Certificate in National Security Law

·     The National Security Law Institute, June 2014

·     The George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., Master of Laws, National Security & U.S. Foreign Relations, May 2013

·     The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, Certificate in Fundraising Management, August 2011

·     Oklahoma City University School of Law, Oklahoma City, OK., Juris Doctor (Cum Laude). May 2010

·     Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK. Master of Business Administration, May 2010

·     University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK. Bachelor of Business Administration, Business Management, July 2007

Presentations and Conferences:

·     Keynote Speaker, Security vs. Privacy: What Every Business & Organization Needs to Know About the Apple Cases & Cybersecurity, Presentation to Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, OKC (June 2016).

·     Keynote Speaker, An “Apple” a Day Keeps the Hacker ... or the Government .. Away? Presentation to Rotary Club 29 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City (April 2016).

·     Panelist, The Apple Cases: Overview & Update, The National Summit on Homeland Security Law: The State of Cyber, Oklahoma City, OK (April 2016).

·     Moderator, A Deep Dive on Cyber & Incident Response Plans, The National Summit on Homeland Security Law: The State of Cyber, Oklahoma City, OK (April 2016).

·     Moderator, Homeland Security – A Growing Discipline, The Homeland Security Institute, Presented by the American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. (August 2015).

·     Moderator, Hitting a Moving Target: What Every Lawyer Should Know About Cyber security and National Security Law, Tampa, FL (May 2015).

·     Moderator, The Rule of Law – Security vs. Liberty, The National Summit on Homeland Security Law, Oklahoma City, OK (April 2015).

·     Panelist, Countering Violent Extremism and Homegrown Terrorism, The National Summit on Homeland Security Law, Oklahoma City, OK (April 2015).

·     Panelist, Homeland and National Security –The Evolution of Domestic Extremism, American Bar Association Midyear Meeting Program, Sponsored by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security, Houston, TX (February 2015).

·     Speaker, Practical Considerations in Advising and Representing Clients in Anti-Terrorism & Homeland Security Investigations and the Realm of National Security Law, Presented by the Trial Evidence Committee, ABA Section on Litigation Roundtable, Oklahoma City, OK (June 2014).

Memberships and Certificates:

·     Member, American Bar Association

·     Member, Oklahoma Bar Association

·     Member, Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Fraternity

·     Member, Council for Advancement & Support of Education

·     President, Student Bar Association (SBA), 2009-2010

·     President, OCU LAW Class of 2010, 2007 -2010

·     Executive Board, OCU SBA, 2008,2010

·     Executive Editor, OCU Law Review, 2009,2010

·     National Finalist & Regional Champion, American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Team

·     Treasurer, OCU SBA, 2008, 2009

·     Member, OCU Law Review, 2008 - 2010

·     Member, Order of the Barristers

·     Recipient, Dean’s Service Award Recipient, OCU LAW Alumni Association Service Award

·     Recipient, OCU LAW Public Interest Fellowship

·     Recipient, McAfee & Taft Outstanding Trial Advocate

·     Recipient, Outstanding Law Review Note Award

·     Recipient, Faculty Honor Roll

·     Recipient, Dean’s List

·     Eagle Scout

Publications:

·     James McCament, Evan Wolff, & Joshua Snavely, Homeland Security Law: Cases, Policy & Strategy (forthcoming Winter 2016).

·     Joshua M. Snavely, Comment, United States v. Mendez: Evidence –What is it good for? 34 OKLA CITY U.L.REV. 325 (2009).

·     Joshua M. Snavely, Note, The Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations: Who Gets to Hold the Remote? A Separation of Powers Battle, 35 OKLA.CIT Y U.L.REV.193 (2010)