Professor Powers teaches Contracts, Professional Responsibility and Remedies. She has taught in two summer abroad programs in London, and in the past has taught courses at the University of Houston Law Center.
Professor Powers writes on contracts, remedies and professional responsibility issues. She has built on her many years of teaching contract law to focus on developing theories of contract doctrine. She has used her experience with teaching professional responsibility and with bar activities as inspiration for addressing current issues in professionalism. Her articles have appeared in law reviews at Maine, Arkansas, Utah, South Texas College of Law Houston and Golden Gate, and in several bar journals. She has made several presentations on professional responsibility topics.
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