Stacey Tovino

The University of Oklahoma College of Law

Stacey Tovino, J.D., Ph.D., serves as the John B. Turner LLM Program Chair in Law and Director of Graduate Healthcare Law Programs at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. An elected member of the American Law Institute and an invited fellow of the American Bar Foundation, Professor Tovino’s current research focuses on patient privacy and health information confidentiality, mental health law, substance use disorders and the law, and virus and vaccine law. Professor Tovino publishes her interdisciplinary research in textbooks, casebooks, encyclopedias, law reviews, medical and science journals, and ethics and humanities journals. Her recent scholarship has placed in Fordham Law Review (forthcoming 2024), Boston College Law Review (forthcoming 2024), Emory Law Journal (2023), William and Mary Law Review (2023), Cardozo Law Review (2023), Duke Law Journal (2022), Alabama Law Review (2020), Notre Dame Law Review (2019), Iowa Law Review (2019), Alabama Law Review (2018), Washington and Lee Law Review (2017), Minnesota Law Review (2016), Boston College Law Review (2016), and Washington Law Review (2016). An enthusiastic teacher, Professor Tovino earned law school-wide teaching awards in 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, and 2020, as well as an OU College of Law Institutional Impact Award in 2021.

Presentation (PPTX format): Tele-Induction of Buprenorphine for the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder: Regulatory Flux and Public Confusion