Laurel TerryMay 2024 — Professor Emerita Laurel Terry recently completed updating her personal webpage. In addition to the “Publications” and “Presentation Slides” menu items, Professor Terry’s updated personal webpage now includes a link to a webpage entitled “Research Areas.” This Research Areas webpage identifies various topics on which Professor Terry has worked and consolidates for each topic, her relevant law review articles, presentation slides, essays, and e-resources. Full story

Professor Terry’s updated personal webpage is located at She created this webpage in July 2023, after Penn State eliminated the platform that hosted Professor Terry’s prior personal webpage. (Professor Terry had been an early adopter of Penn State’s prior personal webpage platform and routinely included in her scholarship and outreach the URLs https:/ and https:/, which linked to the prior Penn State platform.)

Professor Terry’s updated personal webpage includes updated versions of her “Publications” and “Presentation Slides” pages. But the most significant change was the addition of the new menu item and webpage entitled “Research Areas.” This “Research Areas” webpage has a hyperlink for each of the listed topics. These hyperlinks connect to webpages that provide one-stop shopping and consolidate on the hyperlinked page all of Professor Terry’s work related to that particular topic.

Professor Terry’s updated Penn State personal webpage supplements her Selected Works, Google Scholar, and SSRN webpages. It also supplements her Penn State Dickinson Law “Faculty Impact” items that report on Professor Terry’s recent activities and contain links to external developments related to lawyer regulation, globalization, and other topics.

Professor Emerita Laurel S. Terry, who held the inaugural H. Laddie Montague, Jr. Chair in Law and was Dickinson Law’s inaugural Associate Dean for Research and New Faculty Development, is a three-time Fulbright recipient who writes and speaks about the impact of globalization on the legal profession, especially with respect to regulatory issues. Her scholarship has identified emerging issues for the legal profession and urged stakeholder engagement, new initiatives, and regulatory reform. In addition to speaking at academic and professional conferences, she has been invited to speak about her scholarship to organizations that include the Conference of Chief Justices, the National Conference of Bar Examiners, the National Organization of Bar Counsel, the National Conference of Bar Presidents, the CCBE, which represents EU’s legal profession and legal regulators, the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, the International Institute of Law Association Chief Executives, the International Bar Association, and the International Conference of Legal Regulators.